Gyula Makovetz

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Gyula Makovetz (Makowetz, Makovets) (29 December 1860, Arad – 8 August 1903, Budapest) was a Hungarian journalist and chess player.

He edited the chess magazine Budapesti Sakkszemle from 1889 to 1894. Makovetz was 1st, ahead of Johann Hermann Bauer and Emanuel Lasker, at Graz 1890.[1] He shared 2nd place with Moritz Porges, behind Siegbert Tarrasch, at Dresden 1892 (the 7th DSB Congress).[2] He won a match against Rudolf Charousek (3.5 : 2.5) at Budapest 1893.[3]