As is often the case just before any major darts tournament gets underway, there will be a late flurry of bets and wagers and money coming in for some of the players that are expected to do well in that tournament.
As today sees the start of the long awaited Czech Darts Open, I will be giving you an insight into just which of the players that are going to be playing in that tournament have been backed and reveal to you the odds you can still secure on each of them before the first matches get played off today too.
The money had been pouring in for Michael Van Gerwen to be the outright winner of the 2019 Czech Darts Open, and as such you may have left it way too late in the day to back him at what you could call decent odds, but by betting right now you can still find some bookies offering odds on him winning of 10/11.
James Wade certainly knows how to throw a dart, and there has been a fair bit of support form, him to win this major darts tournament this year, however with odds attached to him right now of 12/1 that volume of cash bet on him has been nowhere near as much as has been placed on Gerwen.
Each-Way Betting Terms
I would like to say that there are some very fair and value packed each-way betting terms available on the Czech Darts Open, however you are certainly going to have to do lot of hunting around if you do want to lock in any real value.
The best betting terms you are likely to come across however are bookies that will pay you out to two positions on that place section of an each-way bet at one third of the win odds, so make sur you do not bet each-way with a bookie offering worse terms than those is my advice.
Darts Players That Could Come Second
By taking into account that Gerwen is likely to come first int his tournament then if you do plan on placing an each-way bet you may be wondering just whom to back to get some value and of course a decent sized winning pay-out.
Well, I do feel that there are four other darts players that are going to be taking to the oche in this darts tournament that have a fair but not great chance of finishing in second spot if Gerwen does go o on to win as expected, and the first two are Gerwyn Price and Peter Wright whose odds are identical at most betting sites and on most betting apps at 14/1.
Then there is Ian White at 16/1 who may just up his form and game in this tournament and he does look a decent bet at those odds, and finally there is always a slight chance that Daryl Gurney at 20/1 could prove to be a real force this year in this tournament.