LDS chess prodigy selected to train with world champion Kasparov

When he was 2 years old, Kayden Troff frequently sat atop his father’s lap to watch him play chess. When Kayden turned 3, he said he wanted to play, too.

"We all just kind of laughed," said his mom, Kim Troff.

That was, until the tiny boy started shifting pieces.

"He knew not only how they moved, he could play a whole game of chess," she said. "From that point on, we realized it was something pretty amazing."

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