Prize money and Trophies

Slovak Open Men’s Individual

BDO Category “A” / total prize pool 8400€

1st place    €2,500 + trophy

2nd place    €1,500 + trophy

3rd place     €700 + trophy

5th place       €300

9th place       €125

17th place       €50

 

Warm-up

75% of entry fee (prize money to the top 5, trophies for the top 3)
Boys’Juniors
Trophies for the top 3 places
Girls’ Juniors
Trophies for the top 3 places
Men’s Pairs
75% of entry fee (prize money to the top 5, trophies for the top 3)
Women’s Pairs
75% of entry fee (prize money to the top 5, trophies for the top 3)

Note:
All prizes are subject to income tax, according to Slovak law, and will
be collected by the organizers from the above mentioned amounts.
“I understand that a US$2.00 WDF Player Levy is part of my entry fee for
this event. This levy will fund the monetary WDF Rankings Awards, attempts
toward Olympic recognition and other WDF benefits and services.”

Slovak Open Women’s Individual

BDO Category “B” / total prize pool 2300€

1st place    €700 + trophy

2nd place    €400 + trophy

3rd place    €200 + trophy

5th place       €100

9th place         €50

Rules

This tournament counts toward rankings on the BDO Invitation Table and any player eligible to compete at the Winmau World Masters and Lakeside World Professional Championships can enter.

Junior players, those born on or after February 24, 2000, may also start in adult competitions.

  • WDF rules apply in individual competition categories.
  • The organizers reserve the right to change scheduling and the playing format.
  • Players will not be announced. Each player should check the draw sheet displayed to learn where and when they will be competing.
  • A player who fails to show up on time to compete will forfeit the match.
  • Players who fail to attend the winners’ ceremony forfeit all prizes.
  • Players appearing on stage are expected to dress appropriately. Jeans, denim trousers, jogging suits, sweatshirts and headgear are not allowed.
  • No smoking or consuming of drinks and food are allowed in the entire playing area. After the second warning, players will be disqualified.
  • Matches start with a throw at the bull’s eye. The player who comes closest starts the match and all odd-numbered legs, including any potential deciding leg. A coin toss determines the player to throw first.
  • Each player throws 9 darts.
  • All questions about scoring have to be settled before the player’s next throw.
  • The losing player marks the next match on the dartboard where his or her own match was lost.

Play

501 DO (start at 501 and check out with a double or bull’s eye). KO (single elimination).

Warm up:

  • Best of 5 legs, Best of 7 legs starting at the Round of 8

Slovak Open Men’s Individual:

  • Best of 7 legs, Best of 9 legs starting at the Round of 16, Best of 11 legs for the final.

 Slovak Open Women’s Individual:

  • Best of 7 legs, Best of 9 legs starting at the Round of 8.

Slovak Open Men’s / Women’s Pairs:

  • Best of 7 legs, Best of 9 legs starting at the Round of 16

Boys / Girls’ Juniors

  • Best of 5 legs, Best of 7 legs for the final.

Entries

Warm up: 10€/person
Slovak Open Men’s Individual: 20€/person
Slovak Open Women’s Individual: 20€/person
Slovak Open Men’s / Women Pairs: 20€/pair
Boys / Girls’ Juniors: 0€/person