Phil ‘The Power’ Taylor will be eying up an unprecedented 17th World Championship Title as punters will flock to famous PDC World Championship betting. The Alexandra Palace in London is the setting again for the biggest darts tournament in the world, as the best in the game battle it out over the next fortnight for supremacy of the oche.
There is a great online betting promotion available at online betting site Paddy Power for your 2013 PDC Darts World Championship betting.
If the final checkout in any match at the tournament this season is 100+ then the bookie will refund your losing in-running bets on that match. The maximum refund is £100 per customer/per match and applies to in-running match betting only. New customers registering an account can get up to a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus from Paddy Power too, the bookie matching the value of your first stake with a free bet.
The reigning champion is Phil Taylor, who proved that he has still got the goods when he beat the young pretender to his crown, Michael van Gerwen in the final on New Year’s Day to win the 2013 title, the sixteenth of his career. Taylor has been to seventeen PDC World Championship finals throughout his career and has lost just the one, against Raymond van Barneveld back in 2007.
Phil Taylor is running at 10/11 favourite at online betting site Paddy Power in PDC Darts World Championship betting.
There really is a triumvirate of darting power which you are going to look for out of the gate. Taylor, Michael Van Gerwen and Adrian Lewis. If anyone is thinking that The Power is done, look at his World Matchplay, World Grand Prix, Grand Slam, Championship League and UK Open titles which he has amassed over the course of the last twelve months, besides winning back that World Championship title right at the start of the year.
2013 PDC Darts World Championship Betting Odds
Phil Taylor 10/11, Michael Van Gerwen 7/2, Adrian Lewis 6/1, Simon Whitlock 30/1, James Wade 30/1, Raymond van Barneveld 33/1, Gary Andersno 50/1, Kim Huybrechts 50/1
For punters having a wager on the Darts World Championship, then there is going to be immediate value in looking at Van Gerwen at 7/2 with Paddy Power. He has the power and heavy quick scoring to go all the way. He’ll be hungry after just missing out last season in the final against Taylor. You can expect him to push hard and should be in the final four. But there is equally as much value in two time World Champion Adrian Lewis who always seems to show up well at the end of the year.