The 2012 Darts World Championship is up and running, with the superb action firing until early next year at London’s Alexander Palace. Defending champion Adrian Lewis will be hungry to show that he has more than just one world title in him, while the big man himself, the one and only Phil The Power Taylor will be looking to reclaim his World Championship crown, what would be his sixteenth success at the event. Taylor crashed out in the quarter finals last year to Mark Webster, a true surprise and now Raymond van Barneveld has come out of the woodwork to state that he is gunning for the scalp of Phil Taylor this time. The two would meet on the way to the final, but Taylor is firm favourite in your World Championship Darts betting to go all the way, making up for his bitter disappointment last year. So it is all big talk from the Dutchman, who hasn’t been in great form for a long time now, and although he has won his last couple of exhibition matches, it is a far cry from picking up titles. With Scot Gary Anderson, last year’s losing finalist, also a danger player in the betting market, the action will be intense at the Ally Pally as the world’s top darters fight it out for supremacy.
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