|Died||7 April 2016(aged 80)|
|Title||International Master (1966)|
ICCF Grandmaster (1979)
In 1966 he was awarded the FIDE International Master title. At the 1966 Olympiad in Havana, he scored 11/12 (ten wins and two draws) as second reserve for the bronze medal winning Hungarian team, winning the individual gold medal for sixth board. In 1967 he was awarded the Grandmaster title.
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