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Early Betting on the European Darts Open

Early Betting on the European Darts Open 1

Fans of the sport of Darts will be more than aware that the European Darts Tournament is about to start and will be busily working their way around the futures betting markets at several different betting sites.

If that is something you are about to do then whatever you do make sure that you take a quick look over the futures betting market on that major darts tournament at sites like Paddy Power for you are going to find some very decent odds available on all players taking part in it.

Both outright winner bets and each-way bets are what you are going to be able to place on the futures betting market on this darts tournament over at the Paddy Power betting site and their each-way betting terms are one third the win odds to two places so do keep that in mind.

However, if you are a favourite backer and do want to bet on this tournament then the one player you should be backing and to be fair will give you  very good run for your money is Michael van Gerwen and he is currently available to win this event at odds of 11/10.

Next Players in the Betting

It does of course look like van Gerwen is where the smart money is going on this darts tournament, but even though his odds are tiny it isn’t a guaranteed sure-fire bet he will win and therefore you could be of the mind one of the other fancied players will come out on top.

If you do then the next two players you should be studying the form of and trying to work out just which one of them is likely to win this event is both Rob Cross at 8/1 and Peter Wright at 9/1, and it’s certainly true and fair to say both of those players do have what it takes to win a tournament like this one.

The Rest of the Field

There are plenty of other players that could make the grade this year and have a good tournament and one that does immediately spring to mind that a few of you out there may fancy the chances of is Michael Smith at 16/1.

You will also find that Mensur Suljovic is on offer at odds of a slightly higher 20/1 and it is a fair bet too that he could get placed in this tournament this year, but he will obviously need things to fall his way as he is playing off his matches if he is to do so.

You are also going to find that both James Wade and Gerwyn Price are both 22/1 shots, but its debateable as to whether either of them are going to be able to beat the players listed up above and sneak into either the seconds pot of even win this tournament this year.

The only other darts players that are attracting any type of support on the futures betting markets right now are Glen Durrant and Adrian Lewis however they are not attracting a lot of support as you will gather when I reveal their win odds are high at 25/1.