Kist v De Vos: Dutchman to Kist the lipstick

Kist looks a good value bet to better his total of four first round maximums

Christian Kist will go into his match this Wednesday night against fellow debutant Geert de Vos after a tremendous opening match against last year’s semi-finalist Jan Dekker.

Kist has set the standard so far at Lakeside with a 97 average and is a resounding 4/11 favourite to derail Belgian de Vos who is an unfancied outsider at 9/4.

The road worker from Vroomshoop in the Netherlands landed four 180s in his match with Dekker, and with an extra set to play for this time, as well as the pressure of his first ever match on the big stage out the way, Kist looks a good value bet to better his total of four first round maximums. Bet365 offer odds of 6/5 that Kist hits more than 4.5 maximums here.

With Kist heavily favoured at odds-on prices in most common markets such as handicaps and most 180s, the correct score market may produce the value prices. Kist is a 7/2 shot to pick up a 4-2 victory, and it should also be noted to expect improvement too from De Vos who may have also suffered from first round nerves.

Boylesports also go even money that we see no checkouts over 125. Neither player managed to hit a checkout over the ton mark in round one, which provides good basis for a return on our money here.

Overall, it is hard to oppose the Dutchman here against his Belgian rival. Kist has had an impressive a bow as any on the TV stage, an area of darts which many good floor players take a long time to adjust to, expect him to build on his round one victory and secure another win here.

Recommended Bet:

Kist to hit more than 4.5 180s @ 6/5 with Bet365

Written By:- Michael McGhee (About our Authors)
Posted on:- 11/01/2012 - 14:35 PM
Filed in:- BDO World Championship Betting News

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