All competition will take place according British Darts Organisation (BDO) and World Darts Federation (WDF) competition rules.

More information on rules: www.bdodarts.com and www.dartswdf.com. 

All individual and pair competition will be played game “501” with simple start and double or “bull” to finish by KO system.

Match beginner determined by throwing a coin. If there is a tie brake then players must throw darts to “bull” to determine who will start the last leg.

A loser marks the next game on the same board!

Blind Draw Pairs–All games to the final game are played to the best of 5.The final is played to the best of 7.

* If there is one lady in the pair, this pair has 50 points handicap (opponent pair starts from 501 + 50 points). Two ladies against two men’s – 100 points handicap. If booths of the pairs are the same, they have not any handicap… 

Men’s Singles All games to the ¼ finals are played to the best of 7. The ¼ final and ½ final games are played to the best 9. The final is played to the best of 11.

Ladies Singles All games to the ½ final are played to the best of 7. The ½ final and final is played to the best of 9.

Youth Singles – All games to the final game are played to the best of 5. The final is played to the best of 7.

Men’s and Ladies Pairs All games to the ½ final are played to the best of 7. The ½ final and final is played to the best of 9.

* The player who is as the first in the application begins all men’s or ladies pairs competitions.

Playing hall strictly forbidden to smoke and drink alcohol!

Players of the game must appear within five minutes. Drunk or drugged players will not be allowed for competition or can be disqualified.

Players are expected to dress appropriately; this means no creepers and no jeans, velvet, leather or sport type clothes.

Players are expected to dress appropriately at awarding ceremony. Players who does not show up at the prize – giving, he or she loses the right to receive cup or prize money!