, the new sponsors of the PDC World Darts Championship, are expecting to take a record breaking £10 million in bets during the course of the Christmas darts extravaganza. Britain’s number one bookmakers have installed sixteen-time champion Phil Taylor as their 2/1 favourite to win this year’s tournament. ‘The Power’ last won the trophy in 2013 and has been very well backed to break his own record number of titles. Michael Van Gerwen, the reigning world champion, is the 11/4 to defend his title, while last year’s runner-up Peter ‘Snakebite’ Wright is available at 40/1. Other big contenders include the Cash Converters Player’s Champion Gary Anderson (13/2) and the two-time world champion Adrian ‘Jackpot’ Lewis (12/1). The game doesn’t feel cartoonish but, equally, the graphics don’t try to be anywhere near photo-realistic so even those who tend to stay away from horror need not be instantly turned off by a game that will obviously involve killing some celltrackingapps.com/spy-on-whatsapp-messages zombies. Previous BDO World Champions Stephen Bunting, Christian Kist and Jelle Klaasen are available at 22/1, 250/1 and 300/1 respectively. Some of the future stars of the game have also been well backed including Michael Smith (66/1), Keegan Brown (125/1) and Benito van de Pas (300/1). ‘We‘re expecting our turnover on the World Darts Championship to smash £10 million for the first time this year’ said spokesman Tony Kenny, ‘Gary Anderson and Stephen Bunting are the two biggest losers in our book at the moment but we’re expecting to see big money for ‘The Power’ and ‘MVG’ over the next 24 hours,’

To win the William Hill World Darts Championship: (Sponsors bet): 2/1 Phil Taylor, 11/4 Michael van Gerwen, 13/2 Gary Anderson, 12/1 Adrian Lewis, 16/1 James Wade, 22/1 Stephen Bunting, 40/1 Dave Chisnall, 40/1 Peter Wright, 50/1 Raymond van Barneveld, 66/1 Kim Huybrechts, 66/1 Michael Smith, 66/1 Simon Whitlock, 80/1 Mervyn King, 80/1 Robert Thornton, 100/1 Terry Jenkins, 125/1 Keegan Brown, 150/1 Ian White, 150/1 Wes Newton, 200/1 Andy Hamilton, 200/1 Brendan Dolan, 200/1 Jamie Caven, 200/1 Justin Pipe, 200/1 Vincent van der Voort, 250/1 Christian Kist, 250/1 Dean Winstanley, 300/1 Benito van de Pas, 300/1 Jelle Klaasen, 300/1 Kevin Painter, 400/1 Andrew Gilding, 400/1 Paul Nicholson, 500/1 Darren Webster, 500/1 Gerwyn Price, 500/1 Kyle Anderson, 500/1 Mark Webster, 500/1 Ronny Huybrechts, 500/1 Steve Beaton, 750/1 Daryl Gurney, 750/1 Ronnie Baxter, 1000/1 Andy Smith, 1000/1 Joe Cullen, 1000/1 John Part, 1000/1 Mensur Suljovic, 1000/1 Micky Mansell, 1000/1 Rowby-John Rodriguez, 1000/1 Stuart Kellett, 1500/1 Dave Pallett, 1500/1 Jamie Lewis, 1500/1 Jani Haavisto, 1500/1 Jason Hogg, 1500/1 John Henderson, 1500/1 Jyhan Artut, 1500/1 Max Hopp, 1500/1 Ron Meulenkamp, 1500/1 Ryan de Vreede, 1500/1 Wayne Jones, 2000/1 Christian Perez, 2000/1 Cristo Reyes, 2000/1 Dave Richardson, 2000/1 Jermaine Wattimena, 2000/1 John Michael, 2000/1 John Weber, 2000/1 Laurence Ryder, 2000/1 Robert Marijanovic, 2000/1 Scott Mackenzie, 2500/1 Alex Hon, 2500/1 Boris Koltsov, 2500/1 Haruki Muramatsu, 2500/1 Kim Viljanen, 2500/1 Mark McGrath, 2500/1 Nolan Arendse, 2500/1 Sascha Stein, 2500/1 Scott Kirchner
(1/2 Odds Place 1,2) – William Hill are ‘Best or joint best price’ on all players to win the William Hill World Darts Championships between 9am Thursday 11th and 7pm Thursday 18th December (First Dart) in comparison to Ladbrokes, Bet365 and Paddy Power, displayed on Oddschecker. com

First round Match Betting
7/4 John Part v Keegan Brown 4/9
4/5 Jelle Klaasen v Christian Kist EVS
1/33 Michael van Gerwen v Joe Cullen 11/1
1/4 Andy Hamilton v Dave Richardson 3/1
1/6 Peter Wright v Gerwyn Price 4/1
1/25 Phil Taylor v Jyhan Artut 10/1
10/11 Andy Smith v Ronny Huybrechts 10/11
1/7 Justin Pipe v Lawrence Ryde 9/2
1/3 Robert Thornton v Andrew Gilding 9/4
4/6 Steve Beaton v Kyle Anderson 6/5
1/10 Terry Jenkins v John Weber 6/1
1/4 Simon Whitlock v Darren Webster 3/1
4/5 Paul Nicholson v Benito van de Pas EVS
4/11 Mark Webster v Ron Meulenkamp 21/10
4/11 Dean Winstanley v Wayne Jones 21/10
1/5 Kim Huybrechts v Michael Mansell 7/2
1/9 Dave Chisnall v Ryan de Vreede 11/2
1/10 James Wade v Jamie Lewis 6/1
2/9 Jamie Caven v Jason Hogg 16/5
1/4 Michael Smith v Mensur Suljovic 3/1
1/5 Raymond van Barneveld v Rowby-John Rodriguez 7/2
4/9 Vincent van der Voort v John Henderson 7/4
1/6 Mervyn King v Max Hopp 4/1
1/20 Adrian Lewis v David Pallett 9/1

Nine darters
6/5 None
6/4 One
11/4 Two or More

Straight Forecast
11/2 1st Phil Taylor 2nd Michael van Gerwen
13/2 1st Michael van Gerwen 2nd Phil Taylor
8/1 1st Phil Taylor 2nd Gary Anderson
16/1 1st Michael van Gerwen 2nd Adrian Lewis
16/1 1st Gary Anderson 2nd Phil Taylor
22/1 1st Michael van Gerwen 2nd James Wade
25/1 1st Phil Taylor 2nd Dave Chisnall
25/1 1st Phil Taylor 2nd Peter Wright
25/1 1st Adrian Lewis 2nd Michael van Gerwen
33/1 1st Gary Anderson 2nd Adrian Lewis
33/1 1st Michael van Gerwen 2nd Stephen Bunting
33/1 1st Phil Taylor 2nd Robert Thornton
40/1 1st Michael van Gerwen 2nd Raymond van Barneveld
50/1 1st Gary Anderson 2nd James Wade
50/1 1st James Wade 2nd Michael van Gerwen
66/1 1st James Wade 2nd Gary Anderson
66/1 1st Gary Anderson 2nd Stephen Bunting
66/1 1st Phil Taylor 2nd Wes Newton
66/1 1st Michael van Gerwen 2nd Kim Huybrechts
80/1 1st Gary Anderson 2nd Raymond van Barneveld
80/1 1st Michael van Gerwen 2nd Michael Smith
80/1 1st Stephen Bunting 2nd Michael van Gerwen
80/1 1st Phil Taylor 2nd Terry Jenkins
80/1 1st Phil Taylor 2nd Justin Pipe
100/1 1st Gary Anderson 2nd Simon Whitlock
100/1 1st Stephen Bunting 2nd Gary Anderson
Others on request

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