Krzysztof Ratajski lost his undefeated status on the East European European Tour Qualifiers. The Polish Ace lost in the first round of the Euro Tour 11 qualifier to Nandor Bezzeg. The Hungarian went on to qualify for the International Darts Open in Riesa.
Ratajski played in all eight European Tour events this year, and secured his place at the Dutch Darts Masters and the German Darts Grand Prix, before losing to Bezzeg. He took revenge for his loss by defeating Bezzeg in the final of the Euro Tour 12 qualifier.
ET9 East Europe Qualifier
Quarter-Finals
Tonci Restovic 6-3 Zsolt Meszaros
Gabor Takacs 6-5 Zoltan Mester
Patrik Kovacs 6-5 Nandor Bezzeg
Krzysztof Ratajski 6-0 Janos Vegsö
Semi-Finals
Gabor Takacs def Tonci Restovic
Krzysztof Ratajski 6-2 Patrik Kovacs
Final
Krzysztof Ratajski 6-3 Gabor Takacs
ET10 East Europe Qualifier
Quarter-Finals
Krzysztof Ratajski 6-1 Zoltan Mester
Jozsef Rucska 6-1 Gabor Takacs
Nandor Bezzeg 6-3 Patrik Kovacs
Pal Szekely 6-2 Peter Strbik
Semi-Finals
Krzysztof Ratajski 6-3 Gabor Takacs
Nandor Bezzeg 6-1 Pal Szekely
Final
Krzysztof Ratajski 6-4 Nandor Bezzeg
ET11 East Europe Qualifier
Quarter-Finals
Zoltan Mester 6-1 Sandor Ballo
Nandor Bezzeg 6-0 Laszlo Molnar
Janos Vegsö 6-4 Gabor Takacs
Pal Szekely 6-3 Patrik Kovacs
Semi-Finals
Nandor Bezzeg def Zoltan Mester
Pal Szekely def Janos Vegsö
Final
Nandor Bezzeg 6-1 Pal Szekely
ET12 East Europe Qualifier
Quarter-Finals
Krzysztof Ratajski 6-1 Janos Vegsö
Jozsef Ruszka 6-3 Tonci Restovic
Gabor Takacs 6-3 Peter Strbik
Nandor Bezzeg 6-2 Pal Szekely
Semi-Finals
Krzysztof Ratajski 6-1 Jozsef Ruszka
Nandor Bezzeg 6-5 Gabor Takacs
Final
Krzysztof Ratajski 6-1 Nandor Bezzeg

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