BDO World Darts Championship Odds

Who wins BDO World Darts Championship 2018?

Highest
odds
Lowest
odds
Glen Durrant2.382.25
Danny Noppert10.009.00
Scott Mitchell13.0010.00
Jamie Hughes15.0013.00
Cameron Menzies17.0015.00
Mark Mc Geeney23.0015.00
Scott Waites23.0021.00
Paul Hogan29.0029.00
Dean Reynolds34.0026.00
Geert De Vos34.0026.00
Andy Baetens41.0034.00
Martin Adams41.0034.00
Darius Labanauskas41.0041.00
Darryl Fitton41.0041.00
Wesley Harms41.0041.00
Nick Kenny51.0041.00
Ross Montgomery67.0034.00
Martin Phillips67.0051.00
Jim Williams67.0067.00
Richard Veenstra67.0067.00
James Hurrell81.0051.00
Ryan Joyce81.0081.00
Willem Mandingers81.0081.00
Dennis Nilsson101.0067.00
Scott Baker101.0081.00
Conan Whitehead101.00101.00
Kyle Mckinstry101.00101.00
Scott Baker101.00101.00
David Cameron126.0081.00
Chris Landman126.00101.00
Craig Caldwell126.00101.00
Umit Uygunsozlu126.00101.00
Tony O'shea126.00126.00
Wayne Warren151.00101.00
Daniel Day151.00126.00
Gary Robson151.00126.00
Jeffrey Sparidaans151.00126.00
Justin Thompson151.00126.00
Joe Chaney151.00151.00
Chris Gilliland201.00126.00
Chris Harris201.00151.00
Derk Telnekes251.00126.00
Michael Unterbuchner251.00151.00
Pengiran Mohamed501.00201.00

The British Darts Organisation, World Darts Championship, is the flagship tournament of the BDO and contested annually.  The BDO World Darts Championship was first introduced in 1978 and has been played at the current venue, Lakeside Country Club, since 1986.

The tournament has witnessed some of the greatest moments in professional darts history, including the final between a then unknown Keith Deller and five time winner, Eric Bristow.  Deller's victory over Bristow in the 1983 final, is still one of the biggest upsets in the history of the sport.  Moving on to 1990 and American player, Paul Lim hit the one and only 9 dart finish seen to date at the BDO World Darts Championship.  Lim received more money for that one leg of darts, than the actual winner of the tournament.

Famous winners of the BDO World Darts Championship include Leighton Rees, John Lowe, Jocky Wilson, Phil Taylor, Raymond van Barneveld and Martin Adams.