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The 2020 William Hill World Darts Championship is set to take place at Alexandra Palace in London, England.

Place wagers on the richest darts tournament in the world.  Use caution and prudency when doing so.This is one of the richest dart tournaments in the world, featuring a total prize fund of £2,500,000 and a total first place prize of £500,000.

Michael van Gerwen, who is the reigning and defending champion, is the #1 seed in the event. Van Gerwen won the title last year after defeating Michael Smith 7-3.

The tournament runs from December 13th, 2019 until January 1st, 2020.

96 players started in the Championship, hopeful to seize the title from Michael van Gerwen. That will be exceptionally tough to do, however, as the pressure and bright lights of the event can wilt even the greatest of players.

The 32 highest ranked players on the PDC Order of Merit are automatically given births in the second round. The next highest 32 ranked players enter the first round, along with 32 players who have made it through various qualifiers.

Michael van Gerwen, Rob Cross, Gerwyn Price, Michael Smith and Gary Anderson entered the second round as the highest seeded players.

The winner of the event walks away with £500,000, while the runner-up takes home £200,000. Everyone who makes the tournament gets some sort of payout, as the first round losers are guaranteed £7,500.

In addition to winning in 2019, van Gerwen also took home titles in 2014 and 2017. Gary Anderson won in 2015 and 2016, while Rob Cross took home the title in 2018.

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Let's take a look at the players with the 20 best odds to win outright, courtesy of Bet365:

Source: Bet365
Time Stamp: December 19th, 2019 2:21 am EST
Odds Subject to Change

Michael van Gerwen, 2.10
Gerwyn Price, 5.50
Peter Wright, 12.00
Gary Anderson, 13.00
Dave Chisnall, 19.00
Nathan Aspinall, 29.00
Glen Durrant, 34.00
James Wade, 36.00
Daryl Gurney, 41.00
Mensur Suljovic, 51.00
Krzysztof Ratajski, 61.00
Adrian Lewis, 76.00
Dimitri van den Bergh, 76.00
Chris Dobey, 81.00
Luke Humphries, 81.00
Kim Huybrechts, 101.00
Jeffrey de Zwaan, 101.00

It's absolutely no surprise that van Gerwen is the favourite to win, given his strong play in the tournament in the past and his experience playing under crippling pressure.