The 2018 UK Championship Snooker tournament will soon be upon us, and with many betting sites already offering future betting markets on that tournament, you really should be making use of the generous odds that are available on each of the players taking part in it.
As such, and to give you some ideas of just where the very best betting value does lay on those betting markets, today I will be giving you a deep insight into the odds on offer from Ladbrokes, for it appears they have really pushed out the boat regarding the odds they have chalked up alongside some of the more fancied players in that major UK snooker tournament this year!
Currently as far as the players that have the best current form and are therefore the ones that Ladbrokes think have the best chances of winning, they include Ronnie O’Sullivan who must have the very best chance of taking home the trophy and the largest chunk of the prize money, and Ladbrokes are going 3/1 on him doing so.
However, I wouldn’t put you off taking advantage of the odds on Mark Selby, for currently he is the second favourite to win the 2018 UK Championship Snooker tournament at odds of 6/1, and there is also plenty of money being lumped on John Higgins at 7/1 too!
Could Judd Trump or Ding Junhui Win?
You can of course bet on any of the snooker players taking part in this tournament, and if you think none of the three current favourites listed up above will win, then there is some value waiting to be mopped up on players such as Judd Trump at 10/1.
However, for a bit of a speculative punt, I wouldn’t rule of the chances of Ding Junhui coming out on top in this tournament, for with some luck in player he could quite easily land the spoils and by backing him right now you will be rewarded with odds of 12/1.
Ladbrokes will of course give you the option of backing any player each-way in this tournament and their terms on this betting market when doing so are one half go the win odds on any player finishing first or second in the tournament regarding the place part of such a bet.
Those terms do mean that if you fancy backing any of the players listed up above then you will get more than you initial stake back when backing them each-way, however most punters will be hoping they can pick out one of the players with much higher odds attached to them in the hope they do finish in first or second place.
If that is something you do fancy doing, then as far as the other players that whilst they will need quite a bit of luck when playing in the UK Championship Snooker Tournament could get placed at least, then it will be players such as Mark Williams at 12/1 or Barry Hawkins at 16/1 that could be worth investing your money in!