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It's back at the Palace, The William Hill PDC Darts Championships kick off today and it is probably the most open it has been for years, although MVG & Gary Anderson both seem to be in a fair bit of form, and the longer match format suits the more consistent players (I know I know obvious statement) That is why you will find Michael Van Gerwen very short to win the tournament as short as 11/8 at most places though you can get 7/4 about him clinching another title. There are some players that may be worth a punt here and if you spread your bets wisely could come up trumps. here is a little list of players to watch in my opinion.

 he may be worth a

Gerwyn Price has finally got himself a TV Title causing a little bit of a ruffle on the way to it, I like this guy and I like that he doesn't really care for reputation and that can go a long way at the worlds 33/1 at most places although you can get 40/1, may be worth a cheeky EW Bet.

Mensur Suljovic. another player that doesn't care to much for reputation and if he gets it right can cause some major upsets and go all the way, Got some steady nerves on him and can finish a leg in the high % another one worth a little tickle in my opinion, generally found at 20/1 or 22/1 

Adrian Lewis. Well Jackpot has been out of sorts with his darts for a while now, but he is slowly crawling back up the rankings and has the winning experience at the Palace, I have put him in here because he is generally 66/1 although I have seen 80/1 To win it outright, now I don't think he will but he may be worth a punt in the matches as they go along.

Daryl Gurney. Superchin throws some cracking darts at times and if he can hold it together could go all the way another one of the players that doesn't seem to care who he is playing however his own mind seems to wander and that is what cost him at a few tournaments. 33/1 Generally across the board.

Those are my 4 outsiders that I think are in with a shout. 


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Couple of things I like in the next couple of days...

Toni Alcinas +2.5 sets vs Peter Wright - Evens bet365 *win*

Toni's a very solid tour player and Wright hasn't looked worthy of his #3 seeding throughout this year. Even money on Alcinas to take a set seems very reasonable.

Alcinas takes set 1 with a lovely 107 happy days

Luke Humphries to beat Stephen Bunting 2/1 bet365 *win*

Humphries looked good in dispatching of Adam Hunt and Bunting has had a poor 2018 and looks very vulnerable. Certainly wouldn't have Humphries a 2/1 dog here, more like 5/4.

Outrights - Wadey 40/1 ew, Gerwyn Price 33/1 ew

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Following on from last post (both winners!), I think Devon Petersen is an underdog with a bit of bite tonight - Ian White is a great player when on song but often goes missing on the big stage + can have double trouble. I like Devon and even though he didn't play particularly well in edging out Wayne Jones I think he can have a good go at this.

Petersen +1.5 sets 7/4 bet365 *win*

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