Sahaj Grover (born 1995) is a chess prodigy from Delhi, India. In July 2005, he won the Under-10 World Chess Championship held in Belfort, France, by drawing his game against Jekhongir Vakhidov of Uzbekistan in the 11th and final round.Sahaj Grover was born in the year1995. He is a chess prodigy and hails from Delhi, India. He won the under-10 world chess championship in the year 2005. The championship was held in Belfort, France. The final game was made draw against Jekhongir Vakhidov of Uzbekistan in the 11th and final round. In the previous round, Chiam Eng Yeap of Malaysia has been defeated by Sahaj. He scored nine points out of possible 11 to adjoin out Ivan Bukashvin of Russia and emerged as winner.
With a rating of 1944, following his commendable show in the Rajiv Gandhi international rating round-robin tournament Sahaj arrived at the honour. The tournament was held at New Delhi in February. At that time, Sahaj was distinctively seven years and five months old. To gain a rating in the World, he is the youngest amongst ever. Chess prodigies usually are viewed as to be different than `normal` kids. These whiz kids as assumed are of serious nature, moody and prefer to keep to themselves. But Sahaj is in a delightful manner different. He shares his feeling though it may negative or positive with his brother Naman. Sahaj can sit engrossed in one place for seven to eight hours, on condition, with the understanding, if he is facing a chessboard.