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  1. Been through all the third round matches and there's four I'm taking, all of these are selected as value bets based on my ratings: Simon Whitlock to beat Krzysztof Ratajski 10 points @ 6/5 (SpreadEx) Danny Baggish to beat Glen Durrant 5points @ 23/10 (various) Jason Lowe to beat Devon Petersen 5points @ 11/5 (various) Dave Chisnall (-2.5 sets) to beat Danny Noppert 10points @ 8/5 (Boylesports) Also trying 1point acca on all the above pays 52.76/1 with Bet365
  2. Obviously not the start I wanted to this thread, but I'm hopeful that over the longer term this can prove profitable. Just the one match to finish off the second round: Andy Boulton to beat Stephen Bunting 10points @ 11/10 (various) I have Boulton as the favourite in this match-up, his form on the Home Tour has been excellent, and if he can bring that to the Ally Pally stage he should have a good chance against Bunting.
  3. Puha was dreadful yesterday, never showed up at all. Nothing standing out with the ratings over the next couple of days, the next selection plays on Monday: Ryan Joyce to beat Krzysztof Ratajski 10points @ 21/10 (various) Joyce survived several match darts against Sedlacek in the first round but averaged a reasonable 92, and was very good on his doubles. Ratajski still saves his best for the floor tournaments, and hasn’t seemed in the greatest of form recently. The value lies with Joyce in this one.
  4. Another poor day yesterday with two losers, just the one today: Haupai Puha to beat Mickey Mansell 5points @ 7/4 (Bet365) I make Mansell a slight favourite here, so the value is on the New Zealander at these odds. I’ve just checked Mansell’s record, and he hasn’t won a match on stage since May 2019, OK only six matches, but still can’t be good for his confidence. Last year at the World Champs he lost in the opening round to Seigo Asada 3-0 with an 80 average.
  5. Feeling a little bit aggrieved after todays results; Sedlacek missed no less than SIX match darts in a 3-2 defeat to Ryan Joyce, whilst Jeff Smith lost by the same scoreline despite taking a 2-0 lead. William O'Connor to beat Daryl Gurney 5points @ 6/5 (various) Gurney has been out of form recently and been sliding down my ratings. He did beat O'Connor (10-9) at the UK Open in their only meeting this season, but Gurney is in poorer form than when that match was played, so happy to take O'Connor at odds against.
  6. Steve West duly obliged by losing just one leg against Gilitwala in a three sets to nil win. West then went on to lose 3-1 to Peter Wright in the final game of the night; Snakebite wasn't wholly convincing in victory, averaging 93 - he admitted afterwards that the rib injury was giving him problems. He's sure to improve on that performance, and he won't play again until after Christmas, so plenty of time to rest up. Peter Wright to win the World Championships 2points @ 6/1 (William Hill) Top of my ratings and already through to the last 32, odds of 6/1 seem reasonable.
  7. Thanks Twinny !!! Boris Krcmar to beat Ron Meulenkamp 5points @ 1/1 (various) Boris Krcmar is a player I've been keeping a close eye on towards the second half of this season; he's been throwing some big averages, not least when losing to Michael Smith at the Players Championship Finals with a 108 average. He's put in some good performances in the floor events this years as well, and I have him as favourite to get past Meulenkamp. I've not picked out an outright winner on here yet, a few weeks ago I was keen on Peter Wright to defend his title, but there are r
  8. A couple of singles, one for Tuesday evening and one for Wednesday afternoon: Steve West to beat Amit Gilitwala 3-0 10points @ 10/11 (Skybet) There aren't many statistics out there on the Indian qualifier, but from what I have seen he could be the weakest player in the whole tournament. There was some odds against the whitewash when the draw initially made, but the 10/11 being offered by Skybet still rates as a value bet. Karel Sedlacek to beat Ryan Joyce 10points @ 15/8 (SpreadEx) I have this game down as a much more even contest, Sedlacek has been
  9. Wasn’t sure whether to post this in the Darts Forum or the Systems and Strategy Forum … but as most of my selections will be based on my own player ratings, I plumped for this area of the forum. I’m a keen follower of the darts, but I’m guilty of having too many stupid bets and accas; by recording all my bets on here I will hopefully reduce the number of bets I have, and only post the one’s where I see the greatest value. My ratings are based on current form, and I’ll be seeking out the best odds for each selection I put up. I’ll be looking to cover all the PDC tournaments throughout
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