Time is running out if you want to take advantage of the high odds attached to several of the players that are going to be taking to the oche and taking their respective chances in the Czech Darts Open which is starting a little later today.
There has already been plenty of support for some of the much more fancied darts playing taking part in that tournament, and below you will find out just which players they are and the odds that are on offer just before the tournament does get underway later today.
I think it’s very fair and true to say, that of the many players that are going to be taking part in the Czech Darts Open this year one that has be far and away the most impressive form of late and one that may just easily win it is Michael Van Gerwen who is the 10/11 early favourite.
However, you just never know when a darts player that is renowned for his darts playing prowess is going to lose his form, and if you think that Gerwen is going to lose his way in this tournament, then one possible player that could win it at much higher odds is James Wade at 12/1
Each-Way Betting Value
Most bookies are aware that most punters will either be backing Gerwen to win this tournament or placing a bet on any of the other players but each-way, and they do appear to be a little stingy with their each-way betting terms sadly.
But having said that there are some bookmakers that are offering half decent each-way betting terms, which will see you getting one third of the outright win odds and they are paying out to two places, so do keep that in mind.
Could Gerwyn Price and Peter Wright Win?
There are still fans of darts that are convinced that it will only be a matter of time before Gerwen loses his very remarkable form, however some punters think that day will be many years away and will be happy to back him for the foreseeable futures.
But if you are of the mind that it will be Gerwyn Price and Peter Wright that take the crown in this major darts tournament then you are going to be rewarded with some huge odds, and those odds are 14/1 right now, but hunt around as some bookies may just be offering you ever so slightly higher odds.
There are a couple of other players that some of you may fancy backing each-way at some decent odds with Ian White springing the mind, and if you do rate him as a player and back him early odds of around the 16/1 mark will be coming your way.
The other darts players that could be worth probably a small each-way punt if you are seeking out some betting value is Daryl Gurney, and as far as whether you will be tempted to back him, be aware that his outright winner odds are 20/1.