BDO World Championship Betting Odds

The 2016 BDO World Darts Championship will take place from 2-10 January at the Lakeside Country Club at Frimley Green, Surrey. For information visit the official BDO site.

BDO World Championship Matches

Time12Betting

Saturday 7th January 2017

12:00

Craig Caldwell (13/10)

Dennis Harbour (6/11)

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12:00

Darius Labanauskas (2/5)

Conan Whitehead (17/10)

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12:00

Darryl Fitton (6/17)

Wouter Vaes (37/19)

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12:00

David Cameron (11/10)

Jimmy Hendriks (11/17)

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12:00

Dean Reynolds (2/5)

Pip Blackwell (17/10)

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12:00

Dennis Nilsson (7/5)

Ryan Joyce (1/2)

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12:00

Glen Durrant (1/5)

Nick Kenny (3/1)

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12:00

Jamie Hughes (3/10)

Martin Atkins (11/5)

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12:00

Jim Williams (6/11)

Tony OShea (13/10)

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12:00

Krzysztof Ratajski (11/10)

Willem Mandigers (11/17)

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12:00

Mark McGeeney (1/2)

James Hurrell (7/5)

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12:00

Paul Hogan (2/5)

Tom Sawyer (17/10)

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12:00

Raymond Smith (13/10)

Davy van Baelen (6/11)

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12:00

Richard Veenstra (NED) (3/5)

Ross Montgomery (6/5)

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12:00

Roger Janssen (11/13)

Mark McGrath (11/13)

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12:00

Seigo Asada (15/4)

Jeff Smith (2/13)

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BDO World Championship Outrights

Winner

Participant nameOddsBookieAll odds

Glen Durrant

23/10

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Danny Noppert

6

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Scott Waites

14

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Jamie Hughes

14

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Martin Adams

20

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