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Darts Betting Wisely

Darts, Betting Wisely

If you are a fan of darts and you love to predict the results of the game, please continue reading.

Darts popularity has grown enormously throughout Europe since the early 1900s. The sport initially started in France under the name of ‘Flechettes’. However, the modern game as we know it today comes has its origins in England. The vast popularity of the game has brought many opportunities to players and fans. Some players are now millionaires from throwing the tiny arrow while fans enjoy the party atmosphere generated at the events venues and arenas.

Darts is one of the biggest growing sport across Europe and Asia, not forgetting the USA. In turn, this has opened up new sponsor opportunities for the major bookmakers, and online casinos. The prize money has reason significantly over the past two decades, and fans can now see more information as regards players performance, thanks to online betting.

 

Betting Wisely

With the information now available on players performance, past averages, ranking and tournament wins you can now bet wisely on the outcome of most matches.

The overall winner, highest average, most 180’s scores and in some cases a draw! However, this only applies to a few tournaments such as the PDC Premier League.

You can learn more about safer strategy in sports betting with free bets. With free bets, you can enjoy more from the primary sponsors of the game. Obtain more information and bonuses with bets you may make.

 

PDC Premier League

Michael van GerwenThe PDC Premier League first started January 2005 and was initially a bi-weekly event. Today the Premier league runs from February to May and is played weekly. It consists of ten players made up from the top four PDC Order of Merit , PDC wild cards and Sky TV wild card players.

ts growing popularity has seen the Premier League, travel to several nations including the Netherlands, Germany and Ireland.  It has now become a permanent feature on the PDC Events Calendar and attracts thousands of fans each week to some of the biggest venues in the world.

Broadcast on Sky TV and other channels worldwide the Premier league has become a significant darts TV event. The players compete in a round robin format. At the ninth week stage, the two bottom players are eliminated, and the remaining eight continue the round robin format until week sixteen when only the top four progress to the play-off finals at the O2 arena London.

Michael van Gerwen has won the Premier League for the past three years and has won the title a total of four times to date. Only one player has won the Premier League more times, Phil Taylor who has won six times during his career.

This year, Michael van Gerwen and Rob Cross are on course to make the play-off finals, Michael Smith and Peter Wright are both languishing at the bottom of the Premier League table. Although the results of Premier League Darts finals for this year is still unlikely to be predictable the fans continue to bet in their favourite player.

 

Darts Betting

Darts betting is not just about randomly placing a bet and hoping the outcome is in your favour. If you are serious about the sport, you will do your research. You will know the head to head past results and the player's recent form. How likely they will take out the high finishes under pressure and will they score average see them through. Some players are 180 machines, and this can also lead to a good side bet on the most 180s hit during a match.

There are many possibilities when betting on darts. A nine-dart finish is a favourite bet by some as well as the highest finish although it is now commonplace to see the maximum 170 finish hit.

If you are prepared to study players form, then you are likely to be more successful than others and reap the awards that follow.

 

PDC Premier League Past Winners

Year

Winner

Score

 

Score

Runner-up

2018 Michael van Gerwen 11 - 4 Michael Smith
2017 Michael van Gerwen
11
-
10
Peter Wright
2016 Michael van Gerwen
11
-
3
Phil Taylor
2015 Gary Anderson
11
-
7
Michael van Gerwen
2014 Raymond van Barneveld
10
-
6
Michael van Gerwen
2013 Michael van Gerwen
10
-
8
Phil Taylor
2012 Phil Taylor
10
-
7
Simon Whitlock
2011 Gary Anderson
10
-
4
Adrian Lewis
2010 Phil Taylor
10
-
8
James Wade
2009 James Wade
13
-
8
Mervyn King
2008 Phil Taylor
16
-
8
James Wade
2007 Phil Taylor
16
-
6
Terry Jenkins
2006 Phil Taylor
16
-
6
Roland Scholten
2005 Phil Taylor
16
-
4
Colin Lloyd

 

 

 

 

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