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Re: Lakeside World Championships > Ante-Post Betting Tournament preview: 2pts ew J.Hughes to win BDO World Championship 14/1 Coral (1/2 1-2) One man caught my eye in 2014, especially in the latter part of it and that is Jamie Hughes. Hughes was a runner up in the Winmau World Masters but he took care of Alan Norris and Martin Adams in that tournament before Martin Phillips got the better of him but since then he has won the Zuiderduin Masters last month where he beat Jan Dekker and Tony O’Shea on the way to the final which he won 5-0 against Gary Robson, winning 14 legs in a row at one stage and dropping just three legs in the entire five sets. That represents a decent form guide and although he lacks experience at Lakeside, ‘Yozza’ has played on enough big stages to be able to cope and at 14/1 he looks set to deliver a major tilt at this title. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/bdo-world-championship-betting-jamie-hughes-can-land-the-bdo-big-one

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Re: Lakeside World Championships > Ante-Post Betting Women's tournament preview: 1pt ew L.Ashton to win Women's World Championship 10/1 Ladbrokes (1/2 1-2) I like Lisa Ashton here though. The Lancashire Rose doesn’t enter as many tournaments as some of the other ladies hence her ranking is a lot lower which is why she will face Deta Hedman in the first round but should she overcome that test and get stuck into the tournament she could take a lot of beating. Ashton is probably the heaviest scorer in the women’s game. To illustrate that there were 20 180s hit in this tournament 12 months ago and Ashton accounted for 10 of them so she scores well. If there is a weakness to her game it comes on the doubles but her power scoring earns here more clicks at the doubles. She starts off as a 10/1 shot as she has Hedman in the first round but if she wins that she’ll come into second favourite so I’m happy to take the chance she beats Hedman and gives us a proper run for our money. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/bdo-womens-world-championship-betting-lisa-ashton-can-land-a-second-lakeside-title

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[TR] [TH][/TH] [TH=class: firstColumn]Saturday 3 January 2015[/TH] [TH]Player 1 [/TH] [TH]Player 2[/TH] [TH=class: bppWidth]BPP[/TH] [/TR] [TR=class: row0] [TD]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn] Sajwani, P v Head, S (13:00 GMT) [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 2.42 [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 1.7 [/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp]100.15 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR=class: row1] [TD]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn] Adams, M v Dekker, J (14:00 GMT) [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 1.5 [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 2.78 [/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp]102.64 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR=class: row0] [TD]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn] Phillips, M v Razma, M (16:00 GMT) [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 1.19 [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 5.5 [/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp]102.22 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR=class: row1] [TD]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn] Cameron, D v van der Horst, M (18:30 GMT) [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 3.8 [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 1.33 [/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp]101.32 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR=class: row0] [TD]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn] Sims, E v Waegemans, C (20:30 GMT) [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 2.37 [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 1.68 [/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp]101.63 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR=class: row1] [TD]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn] Mitchell, S v O'Shea, T (21:30 GMT) [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 1.7 [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 2.5 [/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp]98.82 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR] [TH] [/TH] [TH=class: firstColumn]Sunday 4 January 2015[/TH] [TH]Player 1 [/TH] [TH]Player 2[/TH] [TH=class: bppWidth]BPP[/TH] [/TR] [TR=class: row0] [TD]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn] Fitton, D v Jennings, P (13:00 GMT) [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 1.62 [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 2.3 [/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp]105.21 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR=class: row1] [TD]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn] Montgomery, R v Blackwell, P (15:00 GMT) [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 2.1 [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 1.85 [/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp]101.67 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR=class: row0] [TD]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn] Asada, S v Dawson, B (16:00 GMT) [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 2.37 [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 1.66 [/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp]102.35 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR=class: row1] [TD]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn] Sedlacek, K v Coughlin, P (18:00 GMT) [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 1.95 [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 2.1 [/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp]98.85 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR=class: row0] [TD]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn] Day, M v Smith, J (20:00 GMT) [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 2.87 [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 1.48 [/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp]102.35 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR=class: row1] [TD]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn] Waites, S v Hewson, S (21:00 GMT) [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 1.16 [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 5.9 [/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp]102.66 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR] [TH] [/TH] [TH=class: firstColumn]Monday 5 January 2015[/TH] [TH]Player 1 [/TH] [TH]Player 2[/TH] [TH=class: bppWidth]BPP[/TH] [/TR] [TR=class: row0] [TD]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn] Widmayer, J v Hayden, R (13:00 GMT) [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 2.36 [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 1.72 [/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp]100.27 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR=class: row1] [TD]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn] Mandigers, W v Larsson, D (15:00 GMT) [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 1.72 [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 2.36 [/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp]100.27 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR=class: row0] [TD]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn] van Eijden, R v de Vos, G (20:00 GMT) [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 2.24 [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 1.72 [/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp]102.54 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR] [TH] [/TH] [TH=class: firstColumn]Tuesday 6 January 2015[/TH] [TH]Player 1 [/TH] [TH]Player 2[/TH] [TH=class: bppWidth]BPP[/TH] [/TR] [TR=class: row0] [TD]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn] Green, R v Labanauskas, D (13:00 GMT) [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 1.33 [/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd] 4 [/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp]100.02 %[/TD] [/TR] [/TABLE]
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Re: Lakeside World Championships Saturday afternoon previews: (some prices may have dropped since I wrote the previews but bets still stand) 3pts P.Sajwani to beat S.Head 7/4 Paddy Power Head can only be such a heavy favourite here on reputation because Sajwani is a really solid player and having played in a huge venue in Germany for the World Cup he shouldn’t be overawed by this Lakeside stage. His scoring power should see him to the double a lot quicker than Head in most of the legs and if he pins a fair percentage of them it is hard to see him losing here. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/sajwani-vs-head-betting-peter-sajwani-can-cause-an-upset-in-the-opening-game 4pts M.Adams (-1.5 sets) to beat J.Dekker 10/11 Bet365 Although Dekker beat Adams here last year I would be surprised if he repeats the trick. Adams is in excellent form these days and he has beaten Dekker in three of their four meetings since that quarter final here 12 months ago. I can’t see Dekker keeping up with Adams enough in the scoring phase of legs to bring his better finishing into play so Wolfie should come through this with a bit in hand. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/adams-vs-dekker-betting-martin-adams-should-come-through-with-a-bit-in-hand 3pts M.Phillips to win 3-0 5/4 Paddy Power Phillips has all the experience you need on this stage and with the form he is in I would expect this to be a tough assignment for the Latvian. I don’t think it will be a long afternoon for him though because I would expect Phillips to breeze through. Phillips was averaging over or around 90 for much of the World Masters recently and anything close to that form should see him have way too much here. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/phillips-vs-razma-betting-martin-phillips-should-be-far-too-good-for-the-latvian

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Re: Lakeside World Championships Saturday evening previews: 4pts M.van der Horst (-1.5 sets) to beat D.Cameron 4/6 Skybet Cameron looked fairly limited in this tournament last year it has to be said and I would expect him to be soundly beaten again as long as van der Horst doesn’t suffer nerves on this famous stage. Dutch players don’t suffer from that too often it has to be said and at least he has the experience on the big stages. Van der Horst has had some good wins recently and he should have more than enough here. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/cameron-vs-van-der-horst-betting-dutchman-can-make-a-winning-debut-at-lakeside 4pts C.Waegermans to beat E.Sims 8/13 William Hill This should be a decent match but it has been a while since Australia sent a decent representative over to this tournament. Their better players tend to go down the PDC route now with the PDC big in Australia. Belgium are the other way around. Even though the Huybrechts brothers are in the PDC they both came through the BDO so more times than not I’d fancy the Belgian over the Australian here and when you see the players who Waegemans beat getting here that’s definitely the case here. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/sims-vs-waegemans-betting-cedric-waegemans-can-see-off-the-australian-entry-in-prelim-round 3pts T.O'Shea to beat S.Mitchell 6/4 Unibet This should be a really close match because they are both excellent players but for whatever reason Mitchell hasn’t really got on with this stage. O’Shea loves the stage and as long as he has his best game with him he will give anyone in the field a game not just Mitchell. I wouldn’t be surprised if this one goes to the final set but without doubt the value lies on the man who has been there and done it at the Lakeside. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/mitchell-vs-o-shea-betting-silverback-looks-the-value-against-scotty-dog

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If I remember correctly' date=' last year's BDO World Championship was an absolute disaster in terms of the tips which were offered on these forums. Can we make sure and learn from that when considering our tips and bets for this year's event.[/quote'] And do you contribute any tips? NO is the answer.
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Re: Lakeside World Championships Sunday afternoon previews: 4pts P.Jennings to beat D.Fitton 13/10 Boylesports It sounds silly but this match will be decided by the finishing. I know all matches are but these are two men who can struggle to wrap legs up but I believe Jennings is better in that area than Fitton and that can be the difference when we look back on this one. Both are proficient with the scoring but I can’t ignore Fitton’s weakness on the doubles so it is Jennings for me in this one. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/fitton-vs-jennings-betting-paul-jennings-can-see-off-the-dazzler-in-first-round-clash 4pts P.Blackwell to beat R.Montgomery 17/20 Boylesports When the Lakeside comes around one man who you always look to take on is Ross Montgomery and this is one such chance to take him on. Pip Blackwell is a perfectly competent player who has played in enough big events that this stage shouldn’t faze him and if we’re being brutally honest even if he is nervous he is likely to get the chances to settle down and enjoy himself pretty quickly. I’m happy to be on the Englishman here. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/montgomery-vs-blackwell-betting-pip-blackwell-can-see-off-the-scot-in-first-round 3pts S.Asada to beat B.Dawson 11/8 Skybet There might be a few nerves about between these two debutants and it wouldn’t be a surprise if this one takes a while to be settled but you have to wonder just how consistent Dawson will be here. In many ways Asada has nothing to lose here because he has triumphed in just making it to this event so all the pressure is on Dawson who will consider not making the first round a failure. That won’t be easy to overcome so I’ll go with the man from Japan here. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/asada-vs-dawson-betting-seigo-asada-looks-value-in-the-preliminary-game

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Re: Lakeside World Championships Sunday evening previews: 4pts K.Sedlacek to beat P.Coughlin 10/11 Stan James I liked the look of Sedlacek in this tournament last year and while he lost to Hogan he put up a good show and his run in the World Trophy shows what he has in his locker. Of course players at this level don’t produce their best darts all the time but if the Czech can produce something near his best he will be tough to beat. Playing on emotion isn’t an easy thing to do so that might not help Coughlin so I’ll go with Sedlacek to edge this. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/sedlacek-vs-coughlin-betting-czech-star-can-pick-up-first-lakeside-win 4pts J.Smith (-1.5 sets) to beat M.Day 10/11 Skybet Jeff Smith should be a good thing here even allowing for his lack of experience on the Lakeside stage. We saw Peter Sajwani win on the opening day on his Lakeside debut and he had benefitted from a couple of big PDC stages and I think the same can apply with Smith. Smith is a heavy scorer and will be prolific enough on the checkouts to avoid giving Day a chance to get into this one. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/day-vs-smith-betting-jeff-smith-can-justify-favouritism-in-preliminary-round-match 4pts S.Waites vs S.Hewson - Over 3.5 sets 4/5 Bet365 You would expect Scott Waites to win this match although stranger things have happened but I’m not at all convinced he will come through this without a few scares. Hewson can obviously play the game and Waites isn’t as devastating as he was a couple of years ago and visibly lacked confidence in the Grand Slam of Darts recently. I don’t see Hewson lacking confidence and he should be good for a set at least and can make this much closer than Waites would like. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/waites-vs-hewson-betting-scott-waites-can-be-taken-deep-in-the-first-round

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Re: Lakeside World Championships Monday afternoon previews: 4pts R.Hayden to beat J.Widmayer 8/11 Skybet Widmayer has the experience of the Lakeside stage but I’m not convinced that is going to do him a whole lot of good here. Hayden will be brimming with confidence having played and won a lot of matches in 2014 and he’s so young he probably doesn’t understand or accept the prestige of the Lakeside stage so I expect him to show us what he’s got and that should be more than enough here. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/widmayer-vs-hayden-betting-rhys-hayden-can-flash-past-the-american 4pts P.Sajwani (+2.5 sets) to beat J.Wilson 8/11 Ladbrokes Most people would expect Wilson to win this match and it may turn out that he does but I really expect Sajwani to take a set. We saw him score well against Sam Head in that preliminary match and he should improve for the experience on the stage. No matter how good you are and how many times you’ve played here you do take time to settle so Wilson may not be at his best here. His form has been ordinary coming in so while he should still have enough to win, a 3-0 win could be beyond him. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/wilson-vs-sajwani-betting-peter-sajwani-can-take-a-set-off-the-number-one-seed 3pts D.Larsson to beat W.Mandigers 6/5 Paddy Power This should in theory be the pick of the preliminary games. Both have had good year’s and both have won a big match on TV so this should be a good game. There isn’t a lot between the two in terms of results but sometimes who you beat can say more and a couple of wins over Magnus Caris catches the eye with Larsson and at odds against he looks fair value here. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/mandigers-vs-larsson-betting-daniel-larsson-looks-value-to-progress-to-the-first-round

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Re: Lakeside World Championships Monday evening previews: 4pts G.de Vos to beat R.van Eijden 8/11 Skybet These two met in the Zuiderduin Masters last month and de Vos won 5-3 on that occasion and I think he should edge through here. He will miss doubles now and then but his scoring power should earn him plenty of pops at those doubles and at the very least we know he can carry consistency for the full five sets whereas van Eijden goes hot and cold. De Vos has a better record here and that can continue with a win in this one. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/van-eijden-vs-de-vos-betting-belgian-de-vos-can-win-another-first-round-match 2pts J.Hughes to win 3-0 17/4 Spreadex Both times these two have met it has finished 3-2. The latest of those meetings was at the Zuiderduin last month when Hughes came through in the quarter final. Given that van der Horst has already shown he is playing well it might be worth plumping for a repeat of that scoreline. Both men score well which should ensure a tight contest but when push comes to shove Hughes should have enough. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/hughes-vs-van-der-horst-betting-hughes-can-edge-another-tight-tussle-with-the-dutchman

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2pts J.Hughes to win 3-0 17/4 Spreadex Both times these two have met it has finished 3-2. The latest of those meetings was at the Zuiderduin last month when Hughes came through in the quarter final. Given that van der Horst has already shown he is playing well it might be worth plumping for a repeat of that scoreline. Both men score well which should ensure a tight contest but when push comes to shove Hughes should have enough. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/hughes-vs-van-der-horst-betting-hughes-can-edge-another-tight-tussle-with-the-dutchman
Kev, this supposed to be 3-2 instead of 3-0 right?
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Monday afternoon previews: 4pts P.Sajwani (+2.5 sets) to beat J.Wilson 8/11 Ladbrokes Most people would expect Wilson to win this match and it may turn out that he does but I really expect Sajwani to take a set. We saw him score well against Sam Head in that preliminary match and he should improve for the experience on the stage. No matter how good you are and how many times you’ve played here you do take time to settle so Wilson may not be at his best here. His form has been ordinary coming in so while he should still have enough to win, a 3-0 win could be beyond him. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/wilson-vs-sajwani-betting-peter-sajwani-can-take-a-set-off-the-number-one-see Nice one Kev. I guess he must have been a big price to win the match outright. His post match interview was rather entertaining.
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Monday evening previews: 4pts G.de Vos to beat R.van Eijden 8/11 Skybet These two met in the Zuiderduin Masters last month and de Vos won 5-3 on that occasion and I think he should edge through here. He will miss doubles now and then but his scoring power should earn him plenty of pops at those doubles and at the very least we know he can carry consistency for the full five sets whereas van Eijden goes hot and cold. De Vos has a better record here and that can continue with a win in this one. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/van-eijden-vs-de-vos-betting-belgian-de-vos-can-win-another-first-round-match 2pts J.Hughes to win 3-0 17/4 Spreadex Both times these two have met it has finished 3-2. The latest of those meetings was at the Zuiderduin last month when Hughes came through in the quarter final. Given that van der Horst has already shown he is playing well it might be worth plumping for a repeat of that scoreline. Both men score well which should ensure a tight contest but when push comes to shove Hughes should have enough. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/hughes-vs-van-der-horst-betting-hughes-can-edge-another-tight-tussle-with-the-dutchman
im on de vos m8 but in the game last month it was van eijden that won 5-3 wasnt it?? well according to flashscore m8.
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Re: Lakeside World Championships Christ had a shocker there. Serves me right for posting up when I'm shattered :$. It was meant to be 3-2 Hughes but doesn't matter now as it was 3-1 :( Manc - defo 5-3 de Vos in Zuiderduin. He went on to make the semi final :ok. Agree about him in the tournament but that performance on doubles was the norm for him rather than the exception.

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Re: Lakeside World Championships Tuesday afternoon previews: 3pts D.Labanauskas (+1.5 sets) to beat R.Green 7/5 Betway The pressure is on Robbie Green here. He will be eyeing up a place in the semi final to get a PDC tour card and having seen James Wilson disappear from his section of the draw on Monday it has opened up a bit for him to get nearer that goal. He faces a tricky opponent here who is capable of causing problems and I think the Lithuanian can run Green close if not win. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/green-vs-labanauskas-betting-robbie-green-may-be-taken-the-distance 3pts A.Norris to win 3-0 6/4 Ladbrokes These two will know each other fairly well because Alan Norris represented Sweden in his early days and lived there so I’m sure they have known each other for a while. That should make it a little easier for Norris here as it isn’t like he is playing an unknown who could scare him. Larsson is unlikely to score much better than he did in his preliminary match and that won’t be enough to beat Norris so I’ll take last year’s runner up to cruise through here. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/norris-vs-larsson-betting-alan-norris-should-have-few-problems-in-first-round-match 3pts G.Robson to win 3-0 7/4 Paddy Power Gary Robson has been one of the form players in the BDO in 2014 and he is playing to a high standard too. All three matches he played in the World Masters saw him average over 90 and that is good going at this level. Robson might just take some inspiration from his old stablemate Gary Anderson landing the big one on Sunday night and might fancy emulating him. He should have too much for the Belgian here and 3-0 looks fair value. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/robson-vs-waegemans-betting-big-robbo-can-come-through-unscathed

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Re: Lakeside World Championships Tuesday evening previews: 4pts R.Hofstra (-1.5 sets) to beat J.Widmayer 4/5 Coral I’ve always thought of Hofstra as a solid player who while he isn’t spectacular will get the job done if he is given the chance and the way the American played in his preliminary round match you have to think Hofstra will get those chances. Widmayer never really played well at any stage of his first match apart from the 160 checkout which was a moment of brilliance. They were few and far between though and that gives me confidence in Hofstra here. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/hofstra-vs-widmayer-betting-rick-hofstra-should-be-too-good-for-the-american 4pts G.Durrant (-1.5 sets) to beat K.Sedlacek 5/6 Boylesports I like Glen Durrant as a player and now that he is starting to feel more comfortable on the big stages he is getting the results too. At the World Masters he averaged over 90 in the latter stages and that is a good form guide for this tournament. If he plays that well here the Czech player is going to have his work cut out just to cling to his heels. I’ll take Duzza to win with a bit in hand. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/durrant-vs-sedlacek-betting-glen-durrant-can-prove-too-good-for-the-czech 4pts J.Smith to beat W.Harms 5/4 Ladbrokes This should be a great way to finish off the first round but I fancy Jeff Smith to come through here. It has been a little while since Wesley Harms really impressed us on a big stage and Jeff Smith clearly loved the stage when he played in the preliminary round match. He really attacks the dartboard and that can be disturbing when you’re the player expected to win so the Canadian looks to have every chance here. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/harms-vs-smith-betting-jeff-smith-can-surprise-harms-on-the-big-stage

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Alan Norris on a 145 finish and he starts on 15s??!? Is that a valid route? I don't think it is but I might have missed something.
He gotta hit a treble regardless so dont think it matters too much. Pretty sure in post match interview he said that he finds it easier to stay in rhythm if he goes from T20 to D20, instead of going from the T15 to D20.
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I wonder if that's the same completely flawed thinking which Norris himself employs. You don't just have one attempt at 145 and then nothing else to take into consideration. A more serious consideration has to be the - probably over 90% - times that you don't take the 145 out in 3 darts. If you hit single 15 what on earth are you doing then? Switching up to 20s with 130 left? If you start on 20s then you can hit the 25 at some point to leave either 80 or 40 which is effectively an extra dart at a double. It's similar flawed thinking to Mervyn King's attempts at taking out 80' date=' where he chooses to go for treble 16. In the long run you are costing yourself darts therefore legs therefore matches. Highly unprofessional behaviour from professional players. (I assume Norris is a professional?)[/quote']I saw his post match interview. He was saying that he is renowned for strange combinations or words to that effect. I think he likes mixing it up, clowning around , as it were. I agree, not beneficial to good finishing.
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Re: Lakeside World Championships Wednesday afternoon previews: 4pts A.Norris vs D.Fitton - Over 5.5 sets 8/11 Skybet This will be a high scoring match between two of the better scorers in the BDO system and I think we will see a few sets in it before Norris’ better finishing ability takes its toll. We may see Darryl Fitton perform a little better on the doubles in this match as he isn’t expected to win the match and if that is the case we shouldn’t rule out a deciding set but at the very least I fancy this to go at least six sets. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/norris-vs-fitton-betting-heavy-scorers-can-play-out-a-tight-match-at-the-lakeside 4pts R.Green (-2.5 sets) to beat P.Sajwani Evs Boylesports Sajwani blew the tournament wide open with his win over Wilson in the previous round we should remember that Wilson missed 18 consecutive darts at a double and I refuse to believe that is going to happen again here so we shouldn’t get too excited about the Swede’s chances here. Green is likely to outscore him in the majority of the legs and he is assured enough on the doubles to come through this with plenty in hand. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/green-vs-sajwani-betting-robbie-green-can-see-off-the-swede-in-second-round

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Re: Lakeside World Championships Wednesday evening previews: 4pts M.Razma to beat B.Dawson 10/11 Betfred From what we’ve seen so far in this tournament I’m a little surprised the Latvian isn’t a bit shorter than this. I accept he may not be the most consistent player in the world but he might not need to be here. One thing we do know is if he plays like he did in the second and third sets against Phillips he is going to be hard to beat. Dawson has come past two shocking opponents so far but he may just meet his match here. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/dawson-vs-razma-betting-madars-razma-can-move-into-the-quarter-finals 4pts M.Adams (-2.5 sets) to beat J.Widmayer 8/11 Coral Fair play to Widmayer for getting this far but he isn’t going any further unless Adams has a major mare on his doubles because his scoring is too heavy and too consistent for him to be beaten otherwise. Widmayer may score well enough to be competitive in odd legs but not enough to add up to him being competitive in a best of seven set match. I see nothing but a comfortable win for Wolfie here. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/widmayer-vs-adams-betting-martin-adams-should-cruise-into-another-quarter-final 4pts S.Mitchell (-1.5 sets) to beat G.de Vos 23/20 Boylesports This match is likely to come down to finishing because they are both heavy and consistent scorers and should it be all about doubles there is only one man I can fancy here and that is the Englishman. Mitchell has proven himself to be one of the top players in the BDO now and he seems to believe in himself on the stage under pressure which is half the battle. His finishing can see him through with a bit in hand. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/de-vos-vs-mitchell-betting-scott-mitchell-s-better-finishing-can-see-him-into-the-last-eight

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Re: Lakeside World Championships 2pts D.Fitton to beat A.Norris 2/1 Bet365 I don't think Fitton can be a 2/1 dog here. Both players scored a similar average and one player won 3-0 and the other labored to a 3-2. Just out of pure value I'm taking this because it will atleast be a close match. These two have dueled four times and both have two wins. Fitton to come through. 2pts G.D.Vos to beat S.Mitchell 6/4 Bet365 Another value bet. Both impressed with high averages but Mitchell was tested much harder then De Vos to be honest. I see this being quite a close one and if De Vos can finish to a decent standard he should keep himself in it and then who knows. The 6/4 on offer is good enough for me to take a shot.

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Re: Lakeside World Championships Thursday afternoon preview: 4pts J.Smith (-1.5 sets) to beat G.Robson 5/4 Skybet I quite like Smith here. He has looked really good and one of the best things you can do at this level is pressure your opponent in every leg and the speed he plays at and the volume of scores he hits he definitely does that. In the end that pressure is likely to tell and with Robson not being the strongest mentally and not having the best record on this stage Smith looks to have found a nice draw from which to move into the quarter final. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/robson-vs-smith-betting-jeff-smith-can-see-off-another-established-name

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Re: Lakeside World Championships Thursday evening previews: 4pts J.Hughes vs G.Durrant - Over 9.5 180s Evs Boylesports This should be a great game and in many ways it is a tricky match to bet on because they are both great friends. I think Hughes will just edge it but there probably isn’t a lot of value there. Both men know their way to the 60 though and in a match I expect to be fairly lengthy we should get plenty of time for 180s. 180s have been a theme of the second round matches so far and this one can reach double figures in that category too. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/hughes-vs-durrant-betting-two-great-friends-can-whack-each-other-with-a-load-of-180s 3pts R.Montgomery to beat S.Waites 2/1 Ladbrokes I think Montgomery is good value here. I remember watching their Dutch Open final from earlier in the year and when Waites was coming back at Montgomery there was the feeling the Scot would wilt and lose but he didn’t and I think experiences like that and the way he turned his match against Blackwell in the first round have made him a much stronger player and given him a lot more belief. This isn’t the Waites of 2-3 years ago. This one is beatable and the Scot could well be the one to do it. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/waites-vs-montgomery-betting-ross-montgomery-can-see-off-the-2013-champion

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Re: Lakeside World Championships 2pts J.Hughes -1.5 to beat G.Durant 6/4 PaddyPower I think the averages do not tell the full picture with Jamie from the previous round. He has a good record against Durant leading him 3-1 and when they last met in the Quarter finals of the Antwerp Open Jamie won 5-2. He has had a very good last year and Id fancy him to take this 4-2.

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Re: Lakeside World Championships Jamie Hughes vs Glen Durrant Jamie Hughes to win 8/11 paddy power Jamie Hughes more 180s evens paddy power over 8.5 180s 4/5 paddy power Jamie Hughes to win 4-2 9/2 paddy power I like the look of Hughes and i think we will see some heavy scoring tonight as these two can hit a few 180s in a match also i think Hughes might edge out his opponent on the 180s Ross Montgomery vs Scott Waites Scott Waites more 180s 4/7 paddy power over 8.5 180s 8/11 paddy power Scott Waites to win 4-2 7/2 paddy power This match will be too close to call as these two at the moment are evenly matched so it might just go to the final set also Waites should get more 180s and they should get at least 9 180s in the match

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