Bobby Fischer did his first radio interview in nearly a year and a half. This time, it was from Reykjavic, Iceland. For most part, he seems to be so much more relaxed. He stated that he enjoys his time in Iceland and the Icelandic are very nice.

In the interview, Bobby discussed about his Swiss bank saga. He was asked about the strongest World Chess Champions. He basically said that it would be unfair to compare players from different generations. He mentioned that players today have much greater chess knowledge and opening theories due to more information available as well as having strong computer software.

However, his choices for greatest natural players are Capablanca, Morphy and even Steinitz. Do you agree with Bobby?
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