Madars Razma"Razmatazz" Latvia
The most successful player from Latvia, Madars Razma has reached a final in the Players Championship and won ten PDCNB Pro Tour events.
Madars Razma won his first ever prize money in the PDC Nordic & Baltic, as he won the Pro Tour 5 in 2016 in Sweden, when the organisation still was named SDC.
He gained his first Tour Card for the PDC in 2017 and reached a semi-final in the following year in a Players Championship event.
In 2018 he reached his first final in a Players Championship event, a final he lost against Max Hopp. In the same year he won both PDCNB Pro Tours on Iceland.
Madars Razma was the first ever player from the PDC Nordic & Baltic region, to qualify for the Players Championship Finals. He did this in 2018. After a 6-4 victory against Mickey Mansell in the first round, he lost 6-4 against Stephen Bunting in the second round.
Since then, he has won the Nordic & Baltic Pro Tour two times and participated at the World Darts Championship three times, with a second round as his best result.
In 2020 he and Janis Mustafejevs represented Latvia at the World Cup of Darts. This was the first ever participation at the tournament for the Baltic country.
Due to a new rule in the PDC in 2023, Madars Razma, as a Tour Card holder, has not been able to participate on the Nordic and Baltic Pro Tour since.
PDCNB Pro Tour 2019 PDCNB Pro Tour 2021
SDC Sweden 2016 PDCNB Iceland 2018 (x2), 2021 (x2) PDCNB Sweden 2019 PDCNB Denmark 2019, 2022 PDCNB Finland 2019 PDCNB Latvia 2019
2019 beat Cristo Reyes 6-2 Czech Darts Open qualifier 2021 lost against Rob Cross 7-4 Players Championship 26 2021 beat Luke Humphries 6-5 Players Championship 27 2022 lost against Michael Unterbuchner 6-1 Players Championship 11