Bruno Parma

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Bruno Parma (born December 30, 1941) is a Slovene chess player and Grandmaster.

Parma was born in Ljubljana, Slovenia (then Yugoslavia). He first played in the in 1959, sharing second place. Two years later at age 21 he won the next Junior Championship (The Hague 1961), receiving the title of . FIDE granted him the grandmaster title based on his outstanding performance at the Beverwijk tournament in 1963. He was the third Slovene to become a grandmaster, after (1950) and (1953). He won the in 1959 and 1961 and shared third place with , , and in the 1968 in .

In an international tournament at San Juan, Puerto Rico in 1969 he was second together with two American grandmasters, Arthur Bisguier and Walter Browne, behind Boris Spassky. His best results was shared first with Georgi Tringov in Vršac 1973 ahead of Wolfgang Uhlmann.

Parma played for the Yugoslav team in the Chess Olympiads eight times: 1962, 1964, 1966, 1968, 1970, 1974, 1978, and 1980. The Yugoslav team won four silver medals and two bronze medals in those years.

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