Highest break: £22,000
147 break: £100,000?
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... On Day 72, as a special prize for succeeding in this task, Halfwit and Dogface legally changed their names back to Freddie and Sophie ... attempted to break out of the House and Big Brother responded by reducing the £100,000 prize fund to zero, later announcing that the housemates would be ... accepted the offer of £10,000 towards the prize fund for exchanging his clothes with an outfit provided by Big Brother and the Housemates received a £20 ...
... The $200,000 prize fund is the richest race ever contested in speedway ... Following the completion of the Super Prix final the prize fund is awarded as follows 1st place $120,000 2nd place $40,000 3rd place $25,000 4th place $15,000 ...
... £5,000 is added to the prize fund if a question is answered correctly ... row' has to answer one multiple choice question to gain an equal share of the prize fund ... The maximum prize fund is £100,000 (twenty £5,000 questions answered correctly), although every time a player gets their question wrong, they effectively decrease the maximum possible total by £5,000 ...
... The prize money is far greater in the PDC World Championship and the field contains arguably more than half of the best players in the world ... that the winners cheque and total prize fund of the PDC version overtook the BDO event but by the 2010 and 2011 PDC World Darts Championship there is now a record ... The 2010 BDO World Darts Championship prize fund was £325,000 with the winner Martin Adams taking £100,000 ...
2011 Andy Smith 6-2 (legs) Dave Chisnall (Prize fund £34,600) 2010 Simon Whitlock 6-4 (legs) Gary Anderson (Prize fund £31,200) 2009 Terry Jenkins 6-3 (legs ...
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