PDC World Championships Betting
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Thursday 1st December 2016
PDC World Championships Winner 2016/17 - Tournament Winner
Your stake is doubled for an each-way bet with half going on the selection to win and half on it to place. Read the full explanation here
Each Way: 1/2 for first 2 places
Each Way: 1/2 for first 2 places
PDC World Darts Championship Betting
The World Darts Championship is the highlight of the PDC calendar and takes place over Christmas and New Year at the Alexandra Palace in London.
Dennis Priestley beat Phil Taylor 6-1 in the first final before The Power’s era of dominance began with eight straight world championships before Canada’s John Part famously defeated him 7-6 in a classic in 2003 – much to the bookmaker’s relief as the betting favoured Taylor!
Three more crowns followed for perennial odds-on favourite Taylor before Raymond van Barneveld triumphed 7-6 in another unforgettable final, while John Part’s victory over Kirk Shepherd in 2008 was the first time The Power failed to reach the final in the tournament’s history. It was also the year the event switched to the Alexandra Palace.
A resurgent Phil Taylor claimed back-to-back titles in 2009 and 2010 before Adrian ‘Jackpot’ Lewis emerged on the world stage by beating Gary Anderson in the 2011 final before repeating the trick against Andy Hamilton 12 months later.
Phil Taylor reassured the doubters he could still win world titles by clinching his 14th crown against Michael van Gerwen, who bounced back to lift the trophy in 2014 with victory over Peter Wright.
Mighty Mike was the hot bookies favourite to win again a year later but didn’t even make the final as Gary Anderson held his nerve to sink Phil Taylor 7-6 for his first world championship title.
A popular market to bet on is whether there will be a nine-dart finish although the world championship had to wait until Raymond van Barneveld’s effort in 2009 for its first.
There have been seven since then, although four of those have been in vain during defeats, while Phil Taylor has never hit one in this tournament.
The Professional Darts Corporation (PDC), which was initially established in 1992 as the World Darts Council, holds many other big televised tournaments every year including the UK Open, the World Matchplay and the World Grand Prix as well as the Premier League Darts series which takes place on Thursday nights from February through to May.
PDC World Darts Championship Finals
- 1994 – Dennis Priestley 6-1 Phil Taylor
- 1995 – Phil Taylor 6-2 Rod Harrington
- 1996 – Phil Taylor 6-4 Dennis Priestley
- 1997 – Phil Taylor 6-3 Dennis Priestley
- 1998 – Phil Taylor 6-0 Dennis Priestley
- 1999 – Phil Taylor 6-2 Peter Manley
- 2000 – Phil Taylor 7-3 Dennis Priestley
- 2001 – Phil Taylor 7-0 John Part
- 2002 – Phil Taylor 7-0 Peter Manley
- 2003 – John Part 7-6 Phil Taylor
- 2004 – Phil Taylor 7-6 Kevin Painter
- 2005 – Phil Taylor 7-4 Mark Dudbridge
- 2006 – Phil Taylor 7-0 Peter Manley
- 2007 – Raymond van Barneveld 7-6 Phil Taylor
- 2008 – John Part 7-2 Kirk Shepherd
- 2009 – Phil Taylor 7-1 Raymond van Barneveld
- 2010 – Phil Taylor 7-3 Simon Whitlock
- 2011 – Adrian Lewis 7-5 Gary Anderson
- 2012 – Adrian Lewis 7-3 Andy Hamilton
- 2013 – Phil Taylor 7-4 Michael van Gerwen
- 2014 – Michael van Gerwen 7-4 Peter Wright
- 2015 – Gary Anderson 7-6 Phil Taylor
PDC World Darts Championship Most Titles
- Phil Taylor – 14
- John Part – 2
- Adrian Lewis – 2
- Dennis Priestly – 1
- Raymond van Barneveld – 1
- Michael van Gerwen – 1
- Gary Anderson – 1
PDC World Darts Championship Nine-Dart Finishes
- Raymond van Barneveld – 2009 (QF v win v Jelle Klaasen)
- Raymond van Barneveld – 2010 (2nd Rd win v Brendan Dolan)
- Adrian Lewis – 2011 (Final win v Gary Anderson)
- Dean Winstanley – 2013 (2nd Rd loss v Vincent van der Voort)
- Michael van Gerwen – 2013 (SF win v James Wade)
- Terry Jenkins – 2014 (1st Rd loss v Per Laursen)
- Kyle Anderson – 2014 (1st Rd loss v Ian White)
- Adrian Lewis – 2015 (3rd Rd loss v Raymond van Barneveld)