Bookmaker Paddy Power have confirmed a money back promotion for the latest instalment of the World Matchplay darts.
Sixteen men remain in the hunt to be crowned World Matchplay Champion at the Winter Gardens in Blackpool, and that number will be cut to 12 following tonight’s first four games of the second round.
Michael Van Gerwen takes on Steve Beaton, James Wade faces Mark Walsh, Raymond Van Barneveld tackles Terry Jenkins and Adrian Lewis meets Andy Smith on Wednesday night.
And if the final checkout of any of these matches is 100+, Paddy Power
will refund any losing in-running bets on that match.
Van Gerwen is the 8/13 favourite heading into his match with Beaton (13/10) at 19:15 BST, while Wade is the overwhelming 1/8 favourite for his 20:20 BST match against 5/1 underdog Walsh.
Van Barneveld is in action at 21:30 and is the 2/5 favourite for his match against Jenkins (2/1), while Lewis is 1/8 favourite for his 22:40 BST showdown with Smith (5/1).
Phil Taylor, who is not in action this evening, remains the 10/11 favourite in the outright betting for this tournament, with Lewis 5/1, Wade 6/1 and van Barneveld 9/1.