The prize fund has been released for the BDO weekend coming up in the form of the Denmark Open (Saturday) and Denmark Masters (Sunday) which takes place between the 4th and 5th May.

The current champion in the BDO Denmark Open is Willem Mandigers who defeated Mark McGeeney last year to claim the title. In the ladies, it was Aileen de Graaf who won the title.
In the BDO Denmark Masters, Scott Mitchell was the winner in the men’s; with Deta Hedman the winner in the ladies.
Prize fund wise this year it is £4170 for the winner in the men’s; with the runner up claiming just under £2000 at £1970. The prize fund goes all the way down to the Last 64; with losers in that round claiming 100 DKK which is £10.
In the Ladies, the winner gets what the men’s runner up claims with £1970 up for grabs. The runner-up claims £985 and the prize fund goes all the way to the Last 32; with the losers getting £25.
In the Masters, it is a reduced prize fund; with the men’s winner getting £2895 with the runner up claiming £1450. In the Ladies it is £1160 for the winner with £580 for the runner-up.

BDO Denmark Open

Men’s
Winner: 36000 DKK (£ 4170)
Runner-up: 17000 DKK (£ 1970)
Semi-Finalists: 7500 DKK (£ 870)
Quarter-Finalists: 1600 DKK (£ 185)
Last 16: 600 DKK (£ 70)
Last 32: 250 DKK (£ 30)
Last 64: 100 DKK (£ 10)
Ladies
Winner: 17000 DKK (£ 1970)
Runner-up: 8500 DKK (£ 985)
Semi-Finalists: 4000 DKK (£ 460)
Quarter-Finalists: 1000 DKK (£ 115)
Last 16: 400 DKK (£ 50)
Last 32: 200 DKK (£ 25)

BDO Denmark Masters

Men’s
Winner: 25000 DKK (£ 2895)
Runner-up: 12500 DKK (£ 1450)
Semi-Finalists: 5000 DKK (£ 580)
Quarter-Finalists: 1500 DKK (£ 175)
Last 16: 500 DKK (£ 60)
Last 32: 200 DKK (£ 25)
Ladies
Winner: 10000 DKK (£ 1160)
Runner-up: 5000 DKK (£ 580)
Semi-Finalists: 2300 DKK (£ 265)
Quarter-Finalists: 900 DKK (£ 105)
Last 16: 400 DKK (£ 50)

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Author: Samuel Gill