Bet on all the exciting darts events that take place such as the World Matchplay, the Premier League and, of course, the big one in December - the William Hill World Darts Championship.
There are odds available for each match and you can bet on which player will win each quarter of the draw, while there is often the chance to back the two finalists. That can apply whether you have placed a pre-event wager or waited until the game is under way before placing a live In-Play bet. You can back one or more players to win a particular tournament.
Many people like betting on the World Championship and you can bet on this event up to a year in advance, with the odds changing according to the respective chances of each player.
Some punters like to snap up the early value while others wait until the draw has been made. The outright market also gets updated as the tournament unfolds. However, the catch is that the favourite is given a fictional handicap, eg MVG There could be five World Championship matches taking place on a particular evening and many people like to try and pick a winner for each game and load them into an accumulator bets. It could lead to some big potential returns, even if the players in question are all odds-on, while customers get plenty of excitement as their bet continues through the session.
As the popularity of darts betting increases, the bookmakers are increasingly prepared to serve up promotions and offers when it comes to the big tournaments. There are often accumulator money back specials where you will get a multiple bet refunded if one leg lets you down, while for the Premier League we often see the bookies refund losing bets if the match ends in a draw.
Naturally, there are always free bets on the darts to be had when you open a bookmaker account, with these usually available in the form of a deposit bonus or a matched bet.
Nothing quite beats the thrill of live betting and darts is one of the best sports when it comes to placing an In-Play wager, with the odds changing all the time. In addition to the match winner, you can also back the winner of the next leg or set, something which means you can place a string of In-Play bets and get the instant gratification of knowing whether your bet has won or lost in minutes.
Bookmakers such as William Hill, bet and Ladbrokes often secure live streaming rights of tournaments which means you can log into your account and access quality coverage of the action. Naturally, the bookmaker in question will offer accompanying In-Play odds which go hand-in-hand with the live streaming. Darts is arguably the fastest growing sport in the world, second only to Football in terms of Sky Sports viewing figures, and has consequently witnessed a betting boom, with fans able to place pre-match and in-play bets on all major televised matches.