The World Seniors Darts Championship is on the horizon with the second iteration of the showpiece at the Circus Tavern and the return of Tungsten Time on the stage where legends played and darting history was made.
Prize money has been confirmed for the tournament which will take place from Thursday 9 February to Sunday 12 February in Purfleet with £80,000 confirmed to be on offer this time around.
Draw confirmed for 2023 World Seniors Darts Championship: Defending champion Thornton faces Scholten, Taylor set for tough McGarry test
That comprises a cheque of £30,000 for the winner which is the same as last year but due to the field being expanded from 24 to 32 players, it goes up overall.
£13,000 is set for the runner-up and it goes all the way down to the first round losers who receive £750.
Robert Thornton is defending champion, with the likes of Phil Taylor, Martin Adams, John Part, Trina Gulliver, Neil Duff, Kevin Painter among those involved with debuts for Chris Mason, Mark Dudbridge and Co Stompé.
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Prize Money Breakdown - 2023 World Seniors Darts Championship
Winner - £30,000
Runner-Up - £13,000
Semi-Finals - £4,500
Quarter-Finals - £2,000
Last 16 - £1,000
Last 32 - £750
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