Bobby had an IQ of 180.
As of August 2004, Bobby was engaged to girlfriend and fellow chess grandmaster Miyoko Watai.
Bobby learned the rules of chess at age six.
Ironically, Bobby died at the age of sixty-four, the number of squares on a chess board.
When reached at this home with the news of Bobby's death, Bobby's old nemesis Boris Spassky only announced for a public statement that he is "very sorry" to hear about Mr. Fischer's death.
From March 2003 until his death Bobby was a citizen of Iceland.
Bobby stood at 6'2" or 1.88 m.
As of 2004, Bobby was convinced the United States and Japan had joined forces in an effort to murder him.
Bobby enjoyed playing video games such as pinball machines and Space Invadors.
In July 1972, Bobby achieved his peak chess rating, 2785.
Bobby has voiced his extreme dislike for President George W. Bush, even going as far as to call for his death.
Bobby's story was the inspiration of the plot of episode 4.11 of Law & Order: Criminal Intent entitled "Chess."
Bobby was an expert solver of the fifteen puzzle and was able to complete multiple fifteen puzzles in under twenty-five seconds.
Bobby often made public claims on his belief that the Holocost of the Jewish People never happened.
In 1972, Bobby became the World Chess Champion, the only US-born player to do so.
Bobby: Chess is like war on a board.
Bobby: All that matters on the chessboard is good moves.
Bobby: Chess is life.