Géza Nagy

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Géza Nagy (29 December 1892, Satoraljauhely – 13 August 1953, Kaposvár) was a Hungarian chess master.

He was Hungarian Champion in 1924. He took 6th at Budapest 1926 (Grandmasters Ernst Grünfeld and Mario Monticelli won).

Nagy played for Hungary in Chess Olympiads:

He won two team gold medals there.[1]

Nagy was awarded the International Master (IM) title in 1950.