Hawaii Randy's Real Estate Opinions: 2011 Hawaii State Chess Championships

2011 Hawaii State Chess Championships

HCF LogoThis Labor Day Weekend I will be wearing one of my other hats, that of Hawaii Chess Federation president.  The Hawaii State Open Chess Championships will be held at the Ohana East Hotel in Waikiki.  The time control will be Game/ 120.  (Each player will have 2 hours on their clocks to complete of their moves.  Giving a total of 4 hours for each game.)  Pawns will be down range at 9:00am this morning.

Sat. 9/3/11

  • 8:00am    Registration & Check-in
  • 9:00am    Round 1
  • 1:00pm    Round 2

Sun. 9/4/11

  • 9:00am    Round 2
  • 12:55pm  Election of HCF Board Members
  • 1:00pm    Round 4

Mon. 9/5/11

  • 9:00am   Round 5 (Final Round)


Monday Afternoon the State Blitz Chess Championships G/5 will be held.  Each Player will have 5 minutes on their clock giving each game up to 10 minutes total.  Each round has 2 games.  The player will play one game with White and one game with Black.  Each player will play a total of 14 games for the 7 rounds.

Mon. 9/5/11

  • 1:30pm   Registration
  • 2:00pm   Round 1
  • 2:30pm   Round 2
  • 3:00pm   Round 3
  • 3:30pm   Round 4
  • 4:00pm   Round 5
  • 4:30pm   Round 6
  • 5:00pm   Round 7



Randy L. Prothero, REALTOR®

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Based out of Mililani, Hawaii. Randy services the island of Oahu (Honolulu County) Performs mediations and ombudsman services for the Board of Realtors.  To improve overall professionalism in his area Randy also offers classes for real estate agents. 

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Comment balloon 2 commentsRandy Prothero • September 03 2011 12:45PM


I Ttried chess but to slow moving for me and I don't tthink fast enough
Posted by William Feela, Realtor, Whispering Pines Realty 651-674-5999 No. (WHISPERING PINES REALTY) over 7 years ago

It is the one activity that keeps my mind sharp.

Posted by Randy Prothero, Hawaii REALTOR, (808) 384-5645 (eXp Realty) over 7 years ago

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