|Oct-10-07|| ||samsal27: Padmini Rout from Orissa is India's answer to Yifan Hou. Her upset of D. Harika in the World Junior is just a preview of the things we can expect from her. Watch out for this girl!|
|Dec-04-07|| ||samsal27: Padmini drew with veteran IM Lanka Ravi in the third round of the Commonwealth. She is well placed to pick up a norm here a feel - perhaps a WGM one?|
|Dec-05-07|| ||samsal27: One more draw with an IM - Prathmesh Mokal this time ... 5 more rounds and she can easily make it!|
|Aug-08-08|| ||BIDMONFA: Padmini Rout
|Jul-13-10|| ||Tabanus: Placed 3rd in the Asian Junior (U20) championship 15-23 June 2010:|
|Aug-16-10|| ||bharatiy: she will at least win bronze in world girl's championship. Very good result!|
|Aug-18-10|| ||Tabanus: Yes, placed 3rd in World Junior Ch (girls) (Poland) 3-16 Aug. 2010:|
|Nov-12-10|| ||Whitehat1963: No puns? Oh, come on!|
|Nov-17-10|| ||Whitehat1963: I guess it's just too easy.|
|Feb-03-11|| ||BLarsen1967: Young Padmini finished 4th in The Indian Women's Championship,with 7.5 out of 11,this is her game from round 4,beating Tania Sachdev|
1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. Nc3 d5 4. Nf3 Bg7 5. Bf4 O-O 6. e3 c5 7. dxc5 Ne4 8.
Rc1 Nxc3 9. bxc3 Qa5 10. Be5 dxc4 11. Bxg7 Kxg7 12. Qd4+ f6 13. Qxc4 Nd7
14. c6 Ne5 15. Nxe5 Qxe5 16. Qb5 bxc6 17. Qxe5 fxe5 18. Bc4 Rb8 19. O-O Kf6
20. Rc2 Be6 21. Bxe6 Kxe6 22. Rd1 Rfd8 23. Rdc1 Kd5 24. c4+ Kc5 25. Kf1 e4
26. Ke2 Rb4 27. h4 a5 28. h5 g5 29. f3 exf3+ 30. Kxf3 h6 31. Ke4 a4 32. g4
Rd6 33. Ke5 Rd3 34. Ke4 Rd6 35. Ke5 Rd3 36. Ke4 Ra3 37. Kf3 Rb8 38. Rd1
Rf8+ 39. Ke2 Rf6 40. Rd7 Re6 41. Rd3 Rxd3 42. Kxd3 Kb4 43. Kd4 c5+ 44. Kd5
Rd6+ 45. Ke5 a3 46. Kf5 Rf6+ 47. Ke5 Rf3 48. Ke6 Rxe3+ 49. Kf7 Re4 50. Kg7
Re6 51. Kh7 Rc6 52. Re2 Kxc4 53. Rxe7 Kc3 54. Rg7 c4 55. Rg6 Rc7+ 56. Kxh6
Kb2 57. Rxg5 c3 58. Rf5 c2 59. Rf2 Kxa2 0-1
|Oct-16-11|| ||plimko: Padmini Rout beat Parimarjan Negi (2631) e Adhiban (2551) in the Indian Champ! After 8th round her performance is 2580!|
On 'Scacchi Internazionali'
|Aug-21-12|| ||bharatiy: why she is not part of indian team for olympiad?|
|Feb-03-15|| ||abhishikt: Doing really well in "2015 Tradewise Gibraltar Chess Festival - Masters". She beat 3 GMs in a row so far - http://www.chess-results.com/tnr158...|
|Jun-06-15|| ||sonia91: She is now an IM:
|Jun-06-15|| ||sonia91: <Won the Indian Women's championship 2014.>
The correct statement should be "She won the Indian Women's championship 2014".|
Aren't biographies writers supposed to be "skilled in English writing" (Chessgames Help)?
|Jun-16-15|| ||BLarsen1967: http://www.chess-results.com/tnr149...|
|Nov-26-15|| ||Domdaniel: <sonia91> - <Aren't biographies writers supposed to be "skilled in English writing">|
Actually, it takes skill to omit a pronoun whose sense can be imputed. But the absent 'she' has been restored.
|Feb-16-17|| ||catlover: It is likely that her last name will be frequently used in word-plays, especially on this website.|
|Feb-25-17|| ||himadri: ^^^^ Why 'iPad mini' is no good?|
|Dec-20-18|| ||sonia91: Asian Women's Champion 2018, congratulations! She also qualifies to the 2020 Women's World KO tournament.|
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