Where does the best value lay when it comes to you betting early on major snooker tournaments such as the Betfred World Championship? Well, it will of course be the Betfred betting site who are sponsoring that event that you should be checking out if you are prepared to lay down your money on any player that you fancy the chances of.
The early support has been coming in for Judd Trump, and as a result of the continued early support for that very experience and in form player his outright in odds have now been cut to just 3/1 at Betfred, but make no mistake about it, there are plenty of punters out there that are more than happy to back him , even at this very early stage at those odds it does have to be said.
Next in the betting you have Ronnie O’Sullivan at 9/2, and it does have to be said that he isn’t going to have to improve on his current form if he is to play a major part in that major snooker tournament next year, and he may be worth backing early at those odds, which will decrease in value as the start date of that snooker event approaches, I am confident of that.
The next two players that are also being backed nice and early include Neil Robertson at 13/2 along with Mark Selby at 9/1, so if you do rate their resistive chances then an early bet is going to be the order of the day.
Best Each-Way Terms
If you are the type of punter that much prefers backing a player to win any snooker tournament each-way, as opposed to backing them to win outright, then Betfred are offering, as they always tend to do, some of the best each-way betting terms.
Those betting terms are one half of the win odds being paid out to two places so looking at the odds they are offering on all player that are scheduled to take part in that tournament right now, there is plenty of each-way betting value waiting to be mopped up.
The Rest of the Field
There are way too many snooker players that are going to be involved in the Betfred World Championship snooker tournament next year to list, however there are some that do have a much greater chance of success than others.
Out of the many outsiders to win this tournament there are some that do have a reasonable chance of making it through to the final and they include the likes of John Higgins at 14/1 along with both Mark Allen and Mark Williams at 16/1.
Following those players in the early betting markets you have Kyren Wilson at 18/1 and one final player that is in with what could be best described of a fair but not huge chance of winning is Ding Junhui at 20/1, who could be worth having a small each-way bet on just in case he does improve on his current form and gets through to the final.