The Dutch Open is the next event set to take place on the WDF Calendar this upcoming weekend with the tournament well known as the largest open darts tournament in the world will be played this year from January 31 to February 2 in Assen.

It carries considerable WDF points with the winner getting 270 points for winning through the massive field and it is 167 points for the runner-up. It goes all the way down to the Last 64 with the losers getting 13 points.

In terms of the prize fund, it is 5000 euros for the winner in the men’s. It is 2500 euros for the runner-up with it going all the way to Last 128 with the loser getting 25 euros.

For the ladies, the winner receives 2500 euros and the losing finalist 1200 euros. The distribution of WDF points among women is the same as the men. However, ladies can only earn prize money from the last sixteen.

Click here to view the draw for this event.

WDF points

Result Points
Winner 270
Runner Up 167
Semi Final 103
Quarter Final 64
Last 16 39
Last 32 26
Last 64 13

Prize Money

Men’s Singles

Winner: €5000
Runner Up: €2500
Semi-Finalists: €1250
Quarter-Finalists: €500
Last 16: €200
Last 32: €100
Last 64: €50
Last 128: €25

Ladies Singles

Winner: €2500
Runner Up: €1200
Semi-Finalists: €750
Quarter-Finalists: €400
Last 16: €200

Men’s Pairs

Winner: €1250
Runner Up: €750
Semi-Finalists: €400
Quarter-Finalists: €200
Last 16: €100

Ladies Pairs

Winner: €750
Runner Up: €500
Semi-Finalists: €250
Quarter-Finalists: €100

Boys U18

Winner: €150
Runner Up: €100
Semi-Finalists: €50
Quarter-Finalists: €25

Boys U14

Winner: €125
Runner Up: €75
Semi-Finalists: €50
Quarter-Finalists: €20

Girls

Winner: €100
Runner Up: €50
Semi-Finalists: €25

Paradarts

Winner: €150
Runner Up: €100
Semi-Finalists: €50

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Author: Samuel Gill