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Players’ regulations 1. The Hague Disability Darts Invitational follows the rules and regulations of the WDDA and the NDB. Should the aforementioned rules and regulations offer no solution in a particular situation, the decision by the tournament director of the The Hague Disability Darts Invitational is final. 2. Sixteen players can place themselves for the The Hague Disability Darts Invitational. The first eight to receive the invitation are the players who were placed in the top eight of the Bauhaus Dutch Open Darts 2018 disability darts tournament; the quarter-finalists. These are the placed players. The finalists are automatically placed 1 (winner) and 2 (runner-up). The two players who lost in the semi-finals are placed 3 and 4. Lots are drawn to determine which of the two placings they get. Lots are also drawn for the remaining quarter-finalists for places 5 to an including 8. 3. Should a player in this group of quarter-finalists in the Bauhaus Dutch Open Darts not wish to take part in the The Hague Disability Darts Invitational, this place automatically becomes a wild card that will feature at the bottom of the placing list. The tournament director allocates this place. This will be done for every player in this group, who either cannot or does not wish to take part. 4. The following six players to receive an invitation, are the top six players in the Dutch disability darts ranking as recorded in the disability darts Open Rotterdam tournament on 21 January 2018. Should a player in this top six also be in the group of quarter-finalists in the Bauhaus Dutch Open Darts, the number 7 in the Dutch disability dart ranking will receive an invitation. This procedure continues until all six places in this group are filled. 5. The group of participants is completed by two wild cards that are also allocated by the tournament director. 6. The prize money is solely transferred through a bank and will be divided as follows: Winner € 1250,00, runner-Up € 750,00, third place € 500,00 (2x), fifth place € 250,00 (4x) en ninth place € 150,00 (8x). A player may lose the right to prize money, if he or she does not attend the closing ceremony on Saturday evening. 7. The players are deemed to report to the players hotel, the Ibis Den Haag City Centre, located on Jan Hendrikstraat 10, The Hague, by Friday evening February 16. A players’ meeting will be held on that same evening at 19.30 hrs. local time, to discuss any remaining matters and to hand over an envelope with necessities for each player. 8. The envelope contains refreshment vouchers and entry wristbands, amongst other things. 9. A double room has been reserved for each player, from Friday to and including Sunday. We have allowed for one guest per player and he/she will be included in the full catering schedule. There is no charge for the players for this; nor is there any charge for the breakfast and the dinner that will take place on Saturday between 18.00 and 19.00, and served at Restaurant Spize next to the theatre. We will dine there as a group. 10. On Saturday, the transport organized for the players, officials and crew, will be waiting to take everyone to the Theater aan het Spui where the tournament will start at 10.30. The transport will also be ready to return all players to the hotel for the afterparty once the tournament has ended. 11. The playing schedule, complete with format, will be announced within days after the Bauhaus Dutch Open Darts tournament.