2015 PDC World Darts Championship PT 2- By A.J. Ryder on December 16, 2015 00:13 GMT
You’ll also find the likes of Adrian Lewis available at a very competitive price of about 16/1 with several bookmakers while a couple of them actually float him as high as an 18/1 margin to pull off what would be a very emphatic victory for Phil Taylor’s former protege.
James Wade has proven several times that he can tangle with virtually anybody who is going to be on this stage and if he genuinely plays to his abilities then he’s definitely in the mix to make the final and, if he actually gets there, you’d reckon he would be able to do away with Van Gerwen under the right set of circumstances if he was able to seize his opportunities.
Wade can be backed anywhere from 20/1 all the up to a 25/1 price tag right now with several major European bookmakers.
The odds start to lengthen pretty significantly once you get past the likes of James Wade and Peter Wright. Following that pair you’ve got Dave Chisnall available at a margin of around 33/1 right now with most major bookmakers. Michael Smith can be spotted as high as a 33/1 price tag at the moment.
Raymond Van Barneveld used to be right in the mix for these types of big occasions but you’ll now find him well off the pace in the betting markets for the PDC World Darts Championship at a lengthy price of 52/1. You’ll find a few other bookmakers going as low as a 40/1 margin on the Dutchman who saw some of his finest moments take place in this tournament.
He is now slugging it out alongside Robert Thornton who can be priced at around a 66/1 margin right now with several bookmakers. That’s the same price as Kim Huybrechts but a few books go 80/1 there.
Jelle Klassen takes us into double digits with a 100/1 price tag. Simon Whitlock has shown flashes of brilliance here in recent years and you’ll find him priced at around 80/1 all the way up to 125/1.