What Does Match Treble Mean in Darts Betting?

by Betting on darts: Darts board
Updated: 31/05/2022 08:01

Darts Match Treble Betting Explained

Darts betting has been growing in popularity at UK online betting sites in recent years, with the sport’s public profile rocketing of late thanks to the rise of Fallon Sherrock and other top stars.

As a result, more and more people are looking to bet on darts but they might be a bit confused about some of the special jargon that can be used around darts betting sites.

Our guide to what match treble means in darts betting has all the answers, so read on for more.

Definition of Match Treble

As the name match treble suggests, this type of bet is made up of three legs, as follows:

  • Win the match
  • Hit the most 180s
  • Land the highest checkout

In order for the treble bet to be a winner, a player must tick all of the three boxes in a match.

For instance, if a player won the match and had the most 180s in the game, but their opponent was able to land the highest checkout, then the treble would be a losing bet on this occasion. Similarly, a player who has the top checkout in the match and hits the most 180s as well, but actually loses the game to their opponent, would be a loser in terms of the match treble bet.

As is clear, the match treble bet is not always the easiest to win, but the bigger odds can be very appealing. Around the major darts events such as the William Hill World Darts Championship, the match treble market tends to be of particular interest to a lot of keen sports fans in the UK.

Tips and Tricks for Match Treble Betting Tips in Darts

The form guide is particularly key when it comes to match treble betting tips in darts betting.

Players can blow hot and cold at the oche and lean streaks of poor results are quite common. On the flip side, players who find good form out of nowhere can blow away their opponents.

Naturally, when trying to find winning wagers for match treble darts bets, it is better to focus on players who have a strong history of high scoring and regularly record 180s with their darts.

During the course of 2021, Dutchman Dirk van Duijvenbode was one of the best on the tour for nailing winners in the match treble market as he often won with top checkout and most 180s.

English player Joe Cullen is another who has a high percentage of match treble wins at the oche of late, so he could be another name of interest for darts fans who seek this type of bet.

Steven is the product manager on BettingLounge and is an experienced iGaming writer who has been working in the industry since 2018.


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