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World Snooker Championship odds

World Snooker Championship odds

Steve Davis is a six-time World Champion, though his last success came in 1989

Winning the World Championships is the pinnacle of most sports but, in snooker, the World Championships are held in even higher regard.

It’s the tournament that every player wants to win and a victory at the Crucible in Sheffield is guaranteed to cement a player’s place in history.

From frame betting to outright winner, Ladbrokes offers tons of great UK Championship odds to take advantage of…

The old guard are still well worth backing

Stephen Hendry is the most decorated player in World Snooker Championship history and there was a time during the 1990s when he was the punters banker.

These days Ronnie O’Sullivan attracts most of the money when it comes to the World Snooker Championship odds but, with just three World Snooker Championships, he still trails Steve Davies and Ray Reardon who both won six titles over the course of their careers.

The player perhaps most worth keeping an eye on is John Higgins

The 2011 World Champion bounced back from the betting scandal that engulfed him the previous year and claimed his fourth World Championships.

Higgins is always a consistent performer and his World Snooker Championship odds tend to be very appealing.

There are some exciting young players coming through though

Higgins may have won the 2011 World Championship but arguably the star of the show was runner-up Judd Trump.

Trump – who was just 21 years-old when he took on Higgins – was brilliant throughout the tournament and his aggressive style of play was thrilling to watch.

With the 2011 China Open title under his belt, the World Snooker Championship odds on Judd Trump to win the biggest event in snooker are starting to look very appetising.

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