The afternoon session opens with a meeting between Peter Machin and James Richardson. After that, Anca Zijlstra takes the stage for her match against Paula Murphy. Next, Mark Barilli plays against Jim Widmayer, before Gary Stone and Ricky Nauman close out the afternoon.
Tournament Centre WDF Lakeside World Championship 2023: Schedule, all results, TV Guide and prize money breakdown
The evening's program gets underway with an underdog bout between Barry Copeland and Jonny Tata. Then it's time for reigning women's world champion Beau Greaves, who faces off with Lorraine Hyde. Belgian fans can then turn on to see Andy Baetens at work. The Belgian number one in the WDF rankings will meet Sebastian Bialecki. The final match of the day is between James Hurrell and Dennis Nilsson.
Live stream for Lakeside
This year's tournament is mainly shown online with streams through the channels of the WDF, Winmau and Tungsten Tales the live streams will be made available as well as Ayozat TV on Sky and their website.
Distribution of prize money at Lakeside
The total prize pool for the WDF Lakeside World Championship includes £257,000 in prize money. That is a lot less than in 2022, when £300,000 was paid out.
The main prize for the winner of the men's and women's tournament did remain the same. The winner in the men's will take home 50,000 pounds in prize money. The winner in the women's will receive a check for 25,000 pounds.
Schedule Lakeside 2023
Monday, Dec. 4
Afternoon session (from 1 p.m.)
Peter Machin v James Richardson (R2 men)
Anca Zijlstra v Paula Murphy (R2 ladies)
Mark Barilli v Jim Widmayer (R2 men)
Gary Stone v Ricky Nauman (R2 men)
Evening session (from 7 p.m.)
Barry Copeland v Jonny Tata (R2 men)
Beau Greaves v Lorraine Hyde (R2 ladies)
Andy Baetens v Sebastian Białecki (R2 men)
James Hurrell v Dennis Nilsson (R2 men)