The one suprise I have is that with the overwhelming Greek victory Greece did not take significantly more land. With perhaps an exodus of Turks to the turkistan area or Russia
First even at the peak of the Greek victories, the Turkish nationalists still control an area roughly the size of France, into which the Entente cannot advance, unless Britain and/or France commit armies and lots of money which they have no reason to do. Second the Greeks got nearly everything they were asking for in 1919, with the exception of the area controlled by Italy. Annexing territory further east, assuming the great powers were amenable to this in the first place merely adds large Muslim populations for very little or no long term gain.