Source: The Sun by Tim Heming.
Darts World Championships are like rail network improvements – you wait all year and then they all come at once.
So, hot on the heels of John Part?s success at the Ally-Pally in the PDC event, we?re back to tradition with the longstanding British Darts Organisation equivalent from Surrey’s Lakeside Country Club.
But while the BDO can rightfully claim they represent the grassroots of the game, their stars quickly learn that the grass is greener with Sky?s PDC coverage, where they can make hay all year round.
From 13-time world champion Phil Taylor to new teen superstar Michael van Gerwen, there is an every increasing exodus of former Lakeside stars.
When the tournament takes to the oche on Saturday and there will be NINE new tungsten chuckers ? almost one third of the field.
The main attraction is now reigning champion Martin ?Wolfie? Adams, who is second favourite with bookies SunBET at 11/2.
He would be shorter, but amazingly his first encounter is a repeat of last year?s remarkable final with the North East?s Phil Nixon.
Nixon fought back from 6-0 down to take last year?s epic to a deciding set, but is as long as 66/1 to go one better this time.
Adams is one of the few champions to snub the might of the PDC and stick with the BDO and has the experience and arrows to make it a double top of World Pro trophies.
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