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Slim Bouaziz
S Bouaziz 
 
Number of games in database: 287
Years covered: 1965 to 2015
Last FIDE rating: 2260 (2323 rapid, 2272 blitz)
Highest rating achieved in database: 2420

Overall record: +57 -112 =117 (40.4%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games in the database. 1 exhibition game, blitz/rapid, odds game, etc. is excluded from this statistic.

MOST PLAYED OPENINGS
With the White pieces:
 Sicilian (57) 
    B83 B78 B28 B42 B97
 Ruy Lopez (23) 
    C69 C95 C64 C78 C77
 Ruy Lopez, Closed (9) 
    C95 C92 C99 C90 C93
 Sicilian Najdorf (9) 
    B97 B90 B91 B96 B99
 Sicilian Scheveningen (7) 
    B83 B84 B82
 Caro-Kann (7) 
    B10 B14 B12 B17 B11
With the Black pieces:
 King's Indian (35) 
    E63 E90 E92 E75 E88
 Sicilian (31) 
    B92 B93 B87 B99 B84
 Sicilian Najdorf (17) 
    B92 B93 B99 B90 B97
 Modern Benoni (12) 
    A76 A71 A57 A77 A70
 King's Indian Attack (10) 
    A07
 English, 1 c4 c5 (9) 
    A30 A39 A35 A34
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NOTABLE GAMES: [what is this?]
   S Bouaziz vs Tukmakov, 1982 1/2-1/2
   S Bouaziz vs Tarjan, 1979 1-0
   S Bouaziz vs F Trois, 1979 1-0
   S Bouaziz vs Karpov, 1983 1/2-1/2
   Tal vs S Bouaziz, 1979 1/2-1/2
   Browne vs S Bouaziz, 1982 0-1
   S Bouaziz vs Andersson, 1987 1/2-1/2

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS: [what is this?]
   FIDE World Championship Knockout Tournament (1999)

NOTABLE TOURNAMENTS: [what is this?]
   Siegen Olympiad qual-1 (1970)
   2nd Lloyds Bank Masters Open (1978)
   Riga Interzonal (1979)
   Szirak Interzonal (1987)
   Siegen Olympiad Final-C (1970)
   Lugano Olympiad Final-C (1968)
   Novi Sad Olympiad (1990)
   Calvia Olympiad (2004)
   Turin Olympiad (2006)

RECENT GAMES:
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   S Bouaziz vs S Matsenko (Dec-14-15) 0-1

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SLIM BOUAZIZ
(born Apr-16-1950, 72 years old) Tunisia

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Slim Bouaziz was awarded the IM title in 1975 and the GM title in 1993. He was Arab champion in 1986 and 1991. He is also a FIDE Senior Trainer and an International Organizer.

Slim Bouaziz has participated five times in Interzonal Tournaments of the World Chess Championships:

In 1967 in Sousse ranked 22nd place.
In 1979 in Riga ranked 15th place.
In 1982 in Las Palmas ranked 12th place.
In 1985 in Tunis withdrew after six rounds, having drawn only one game and lost the rest In 1987 in Szirak ranked 17th place.
In 1999, in Las Vegas Strip he participated in FIDE World Chess Championship 1999, where in first round lost Vasilios Kotronias.

Slim Bouaziz was participant in many international chess tournaments where he won or shared first places in Belgrade (1977) and Bucharest (1992).

Slim Bouaziz represented the Tunisian team in major team chess tournaments:

in Chess Olympiad participated 16 times (1966-1970, 1974, 1978–1986, 1990–1996, 2000, 2004–2006. in World Team Chess Championship participated in 1989;8 in World Student Chess Championship participated 3 times (1963, 1965–1966).

Wikipedia article: Slim Bouaziz

Last updated: 2022-03-11 01:03:24

 page 1 of 13; games 1-25 of 307  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. S Bouaziz vs R Brent  1-0241965Wch U20 f-CB28 Sicilian, O'Kelly Variation
2. B Brinck-Claussen vs S Bouaziz 0-1421966Orebro Stud olm prelim5A30 English, Symmetrical
3. S Bouaziz vs Kolbak  0-1341966Orebro Stud olm prelim5B14 Caro-Kann, Panov-Botvinnik Attack
4. S Bouaziz vs G Stefanov  ½-½371966Orebro Stud olm prelim5B14 Caro-Kann, Panov-Botvinnik Attack
5. Spiridonov vs S Bouaziz  1-0261966Orebro Stud olm prelim5A05 Reti Opening
6. S Bouaziz vs R Verstraeten  1-0411966Orebro Stud olm prelim5A43 Old Benoni
7. R Wostyn vs S Bouaziz  ½-½271966Orebro Stud olm prelim5C75 Ruy Lopez, Modern Steinitz Defense
8. S Bouaziz vs G Lebredo Zaragoitia  ½-½461966Orebro Stud olm fBB46 Sicilian, Taimanov Variation
9. S Bouaziz vs J R R Cordoba  1-0431966Orebro Stud olm fBA43 Old Benoni
10. D Rivera vs S Bouaziz 1-0441966Orebro Stud olm fBB84 Sicilian, Scheveningen
11. E Whiteside vs S Bouaziz  0-1461966Orebro Stud olm fBE73 King's Indian
12. S Bouaziz vs H MacGrillen  1-0411966Orebro Stud olm fBE62 King's Indian, Fianchetto
13. P M Jamieson vs S Bouaziz  1-0481966Orebro Stud olm fBD25 Queen's Gambit Accepted
14. D Levy vs S Bouaziz  1-0431966Orebro Stud olm fBC44 King's Pawn Game
15. S Bouaziz vs R Verstraeten  ½-½311966Orebro Stud olm fBE67 King's Indian, Fianchetto
16. F Nordstrom vs S Bouaziz  1-0481966Orebro Stud olm fBE87 King's Indian, Samisch, Orthodox
17. S Bouaziz vs T Bjornsson  ½-½411966Orebro Stud olm fBA07 King's Indian Attack
18. S Bouaziz vs J Thor  1-0381966Orebro Stud olm fBC70 Ruy Lopez
19. S Bouaziz vs H J Illi  ½-½381966Orebro Stud olm fBC71 Ruy Lopez
20. P Hohler vs S Bouaziz  ½-½281966Orebro Stud olm fBB93 Sicilian, Najdorf, 6.f4
21. S Bouaziz vs J Rodriguez Gonzales  0-1581966Havana Olympiad qual-6C93 Ruy Lopez, Closed, Smyslov Defense
22. S Bouaziz vs G Villarroel  1-0231966Havana Olympiad qual-6C73 Ruy Lopez, Modern Steinitz Defense
23. S Bouaziz vs F Cornelis  0-1491966Havana Olympiad qual-6C64 Ruy Lopez, Classical
24. S Bouaziz vs I Calero  1-0701966Havana Olympiad Final-CB96 Sicilian, Najdorf
25. S Bouaziz vs F Norcia  ½-½871966Havana Olympiad Final-CC64 Ruy Lopez, Classical
 page 1 of 13; games 1-25 of 307  PGN Download
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Kibitzer's Corner
Nov-28-05  who: He didn't get along well with Muchas and Laurent Large.
Sep-25-06  sneaky pete: On the other hand, we Dutchies know he isn't Dom.
Jun-11-08  Xeroxx: Will the real Slim Bouaziz please stand up.
Oct-26-08  rjfsworstnightmare: According to the FIDE page, He's an IGM @ 2338...
Nov-29-08  ILikeFruits: they call him...
the slim faze...
Mar-02-09  sallom89: <Xeroxx: Will the real Slim Bouaziz please stand up.>

LOL.

May-16-09  myschkin: . . .

Four: http://www.olimpbase.org/1966y/img/...

Decades: http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1435...

Timeline: http://www.pbs.org/independentlens/...

Oct-17-09  waustad: <nightmare>He is almost 60. It gets harder as one ages. Look at Karpov's game now compared to 30 years ago.
Apr-16-10  wordfunph: Bouaziz's handle in ICC is Gentelman..

happy 60th birthday Slim!

Nov-25-11  alshatranji: Interesting spelling of the name. It makes it sound Anglo-American. A spelling more accurate to the Arabic pronunciation would be something like Saleem, Seleem, or, especially in North Africa, Sleem.
Jun-25-12  Abdel Irada: <A Tunisian named "Slim"?>

Not to rain on the pun parade, but Mr. Bouaziz's sobriquet as shown on this page is likely the result of confounding romanization.

When Maghribi (North African) Arabic is transliterated into the Latin alphabet, short vowels are often omitted, and the phonetic system used is French (thanks to the colonial history) rather than English. Therefore, Bouaziz's first name is almost certainly really Salim (which we sometimes write as Saleem), and means "peaceful."

Jun-25-12  kasputine: Bouaziz first name is "Salim" which means "healthy, in good shape", however Tunisians pronounce it "Slim" and transcribe it that way also with latin letters.
Jun-25-12  Abdel Irada: <kasputine>: You are essentially correct: The Tunisian pronunciation would be phonetically represented in English as "Sleem." However, the meaning is "peaceful," as shown on this page (http://www.thinkbabynames.com/meani...) among others.
Jun-25-12  King Death: His play doesn't look too peaceful though! There's a lot of fight in his games.
Jun-25-12  Abdel Irada: Except for the odd 10-move draw. :-D
Jun-25-12  kasputine: <Abdel Irada>
The meaning provided in the website above is not correct. "Salim" or "Saleem" means "healthy", they're probably confusing it with "Salam" which means "peace". I know what I'm talking about, arabic is my native language :)
Jun-25-12  kasputine: Both tunisian GMs are Slim :))
The other one being Slim Belkhodja
Jun-26-12  Abdel Irada: <kasputine>: Kalima li-'l-hakim:

I also know a bit of Arabic, and "salim/saleem" does indeed mean "peaceful." The putative "confusion" with "salaam" is actually a real etymological relationship, since "salim" is the adjectival form of "salaam."

Now, it is quite possible that "salim" has a secondary definition corresponding to your interpretation. Arabic is a rich language -- at least as much so as English -- and it is hardly uncommon for words to have multiple meanings. It is therefore not implausible that we are both right.

Jun-26-12  kasputine: The word for "peaceful" in arabic is "silmi" or "musalim" derived from the nouns "silm" or "salam".

I definitely assure you that "salim" does not mean "peaceful".

Check it out:
http://online.ectaco.co.uk/main.jsp...

Jun-27-12  Abdel Irada: <kasputine>: Mea culpa. I have been mistaken all this time.

I couldn't get the page from the link you supplied to work with my browser, but I did look up the name on Wikipedia, which shows it as meaning "safe," from the verbal root "salima": "to be safe."

I am now interested, however, in the etymology of that root as it pertains to "salam," since both appear to use the same triliteral, s-l-m. Do you happen to know anything more about that connection, if any?

Jun-28-12  kasputine: There are actually two different arabic words that can be transcribed as "salim":

1- "Salim" with a long "a" and a short "i" --> "Saalim" with the meaning "safe"

2- "Salim" with a short "a" and a long "i" --> "Saleem" with the meaning "healthy" or "in good shape"

You are correct, all these words as well as silm, silmi, mussalim, salama, sallama, aslama, islam, muslim, etc... are derived from the verbal root s-l-m (salima: to become safe). They all either reflect health, safety, peace or surrender.

Jun-28-12
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  Benzol: It must have been an incredible experience being a teenager playing with and watching the legends like Gligoric, Geller, Korchnoi, Larsen and Fischer at the Sousse interzonal in 1967.
Nov-09-13  Azazel11: Oh yeh what a brillant player . he is my contryman and i beated him in one game ...
Apr-30-20  Chesgambit: lowest rated GM played aganist Ibrahimoglu but lose

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