Unibet cut Hopp’s odds of winning the European Championship as Dortmund dream lives on

Ben Darvill in PDC Darts News 28 Oct 2018
Home hero Hopp makes his entrance (credit:Kelly Deckers/PDC)

Unibet have slashed Max Hopp’s odds of winning the European Championship title on home soil as his Dortmund dream lives on.



The dream of the German number one is still alive after the 22-year-old made it through to the Quarter-finals of the European Championship by beating James Wilson 10-7 in Dortmund. 


Hopp has since seen his odds of winning a first PDC major title cut from 33/1 to 12/1 with tournament sponsors Unibet.


"Max Hopp’s 156 checkout raised the roof here in Dortmund however, he remains the rag of the field with just eight players left," Unibet spokesperson Jack Milner told Live Darts.


"World Champion Rob Cross is the 9/5 favourite to land tomorrow’s £100,000 (what a way to make a living) first prize however, James Wade continues to shorten to win the title and is the new 4/1 second favourite having started the week as a 33/1 outsider."


Hopp takes on world number 13 Darren Webster in Sunday afternoon's Quarter-Finals as is the 11/10 underdog to continue his ground-breaking run, while Webster is 9/1 to go all the way and claim a first TV title.


Simon Whitlock, the only player left standing to have previously claimed his crown (back in 2012) is 7/1 to do the double, marginally ahead of former UK Open finalist Gerwyn Price at 13/2.


Unibet European Championship Quarter-Final Match Odds

17/10 Joe Cullen v Rob Cross 1/2

11/10 Steve West v Simon Whitlock 3/4

8/11 James Wade v Gerwyn Price 11/10

8/11 Darren Webster v Max Hopp 11/10


Unibet European Championship Outright Odds

Rob Cross 9/5

James Wade 4/1

Gerwyn Price  13/2

Simon Whitlock 7/1

Darren Webster 9/1

Joe Cullen 10/1

Steve West 10/1

Max Hopp 12/1


Share this with your friends

To:
From:
Your comments:

Unibet cut Hopp’s odds of winning the European Championship as Dortmund dream lives on

Unibet have slashed Max Hopp’s odds of winning the European Championship title on home soil as his Dortmund dream lives on.

Read more »

You have unread messages

You have unread messages