Bet Early on the 2019 PDC World Championship
You must hand it to the darts playing community, over the last few years they have really turned that sport around, so much so that there are loads of different darts tournaments being played throughout the year, and all of them do attract huge crowds of spectators too.
One darts tournament that does attract huge volumes of money from sports bettors and even casual fans of the sport is the annual PDC World Championship, and the next one is scheduled to take place in 2019.
Even though you may not have even considered placing a range of bets on that tournament, so far away from its actual scheduled starting date, if you do want to back some of the lesser fancies players, who may just find form before that tournament, you will get plenty of betting value.
However, one bet that isn’t going to offer you value at this very early stage of the betting is a wager on Michael van Gerwen, for due to that players amazing form recently the very best odds you can hope for currently are just even money.
But even those odds could tempt a few punters looking for a long-term bet, but you never know any of the following darts players could suddenly find their very best form and take that tournament in their stride!
Best Value PDC World Championship Betting Opportunities
If the early betting markets on the 2019 PDC World Championship are to be believed, then no other player other than Michael van Gerwen has any hope of winning this tournament, but you may have a different opinion!
If you do then you will find any of the following darts players could be the ones to turn him over and be crowned the champion, and as you can bet at one half the odds to two places on the each-way early betting markets there are going to be plenty of betting opportunities for you.
I do think that Gary Anderson at 6/1 is certainly one darts player worth betting on via the early betting markets and there is no doubt in my mind at his current odds of 6/1 there will be plenty of punters out there who are currently lumping on him at those odds.
Rob Cross at 6/1 and Peter Wright who surprisingly is available at high odds of 12/1 to win this event look solid betting opportunities too, and there may be some value to be had by hoping that Michael Smith find his very best form again and if you do fancy his chances his odds are now 20/1.
Several players can be had at odds of 33/1 and they include Phil Taylor, Corey Cadby, Daryl Gurney and Raymond van Barneveld. But for a much more speculative bet do consider having some cash on Mensur Suljovic at 40/1 or even Dimitri van den Bergh at 50/1.
Big Odds Big Payouts
When you do fancy having an ante post bet as they are also known the odds that are on offer on those betting markets own, or futures bet if you are from the US, you are always going to be taking a few chances, however regarding the odds you can take you will be amazed at just how high some of them will be on those players who seemingly have no chance of winning.
Therefore, let me now rattle through the names of some total and rank outsiders who have odds so huge associated with them currently you will find you are drawn into betting on them.
The first player is James Wade who is 66/1. For a three-figure odds bet consider lumping on Gerwyn Price at 100/1 or possibly take a chance on Jan Dekker or Ian White or even throw caution to the wind and have an each-way bet on Steve West at 500/1, who has just as much chance of winning or getting placed as any other lower rung player I guess!