The 2015 Men, Ladies and Masters European Snooker Championships Grand Finals will be play Saturday, starting the three simultaneously 10 a.m. local time (one hour less than the UK) at Prague’s Top Hotel.
Men’s Grand Final will be played best of 13 frames, a race to seven wins. Six frames will be played in the first part of the session, and seven, if necessary, on the second half, after 15 minutes break. However, if any of the players gets a 5-0 advantage, the pause in the match will come immediately.
Only after the world will know who succeeds Mitchel Mann (England) as the Old Continent’ king, in the 24th edition of the European Championships.
Masters Grand Final will be played best of 11 frames, a race to six wins. Five frames will be played in the first part of the session, and six, if required, on the second half, after a 15 minutes break. However, if the score in the beginning gets 4-0, the first session will end sooner.
Ladies Grand Final will be played best of nine frames, a race to five wins, in the 24th edition of the European Snooker Championships, in Prague. The Closing Ceremony of the 2015 European Snooker Championships is scheduled for 7 p. m..
– GRAND FINALS (starting Saturday, 10 a. m.):
MEN (race to 7, best of 13):
Winner of the match Michael Wild (England)/Lukas Kleckers (Germany)-Winner of the match Jamie Rhys Clarke (Wales)/Andres Petrov (Estonia)
MASTERS (race to 6, best of 11):
Winner of the match Jamie Bodle (England)/ Wayne Brown (England)-Winner of the match Joris Maas (Netherlands)/Darren Morgan (Wales)
LADIES (race to 5, best of 9):
Winner of the match Daria Sirotina (Russia)/Tatjana Vasiljeva (Latvia)-Winner of the match Anastasia Nechaeva (Russia)/Wendy Jans (Belgium)