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GENERAL CORAL ONLINE QUESTIONS

Are there any charges for using Corals online?

All bets placed with Corals online are completely and permanently tax-free. There are no charges for credit or debit card transactions.

What is Corals sportsbooks maximum payout?

Special / Novelty bets

How do I deposit funds into my Corals bet account?

Open a sportsbook account now using your DELTA, ELECTRON, SWITCH or SOLO card.

Open a Corals bet account now using your VISA card.

If you wish to open a Corals bet account with a bank transfer simply click on the "open account" button on the header of each page, fill out the form and choose "Bank transfer" in the field "Method of payment".

If you wish to open a Corals bet account with a Western Union payment, simply click on the "open account" button on the header of each page, fill out the form and choose "Western Union" in the field "Method of payment".

How do I withdraw my winnings from coral sportsbook?

To make a withdrawal simply login to your Corals bet account and select ‘Withdraw' from the Account Options dropdown menu. Complete the form as requested and your money should be with you within 2-10 working days of your request being processed. Please note that credit card deposits need to be confirmed by Coralss bank prior to a withdrawal request being accepted by their system.

Withdrawals to Debit/Credit cards and via Bank Transfer will show on your bank statement as being received from ‘Eurobet Uk Ltd'.

Withdrawals via Western Union will show as being received from Brickagent UK

Terms and Conditions apply, see www corals co uk online for details.

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Cashback With Coral

If Lady Fortune turns against you, and you see a last minute goal steal away your chances of a nice payout, then Coral can offer a losing shoulder to cry on. Not each and every bet that you make will be a winner, and that is probably the only thing guaranteed about betting on the world of sport. Fortunately there can be some recompense as Coral will return 10% of any losing wagers placed on a sports and gaming.

If you are new to Coral then you will be granted this benefit when you register, but it is also extended to existing customers as well. The cashback will be the total of the aggregate amount of your monthly losses, and you will not even have to worry about claiming it, as Coral will pay it straight into your account.

All online customers are eligible for this and is a great reward to ease away the pain of some of those losses. Money for losing is what you can get by signing up for a new account with Coral today, and exisiting members should not forget to claim this reward too.

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NUFC - Coral - New Online Betting - Gaming Partner

Coral - New Online Betting & Gaming Partner

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Coral have been announced as Newcastle United's new official online betting and gaming partner

Leading British bookmaker Coral have been announced as Newcastle United's new official online betting and gaming partner, after agreeing a two-year deal with the Club.

Coral operates 1,850 betting shops across the UK as well as the fastest-growing online and mobile betting service, and will now become a familiar sight inside St. James' Park with kiosks offering betting facilities across the stadium.

Coral will also be offering Magpies fans exclusive offers and markets throughout the season at www.coral.co.uk/nufc.

Dale Aitchison, head of partnerships at Newcastle United, said: "Coral is a respected and well known high street betting brand and we are delighted to introduce them into the family of partners at Newcastle United.

"I am positive that our fans will get great value from Coral, with a combination of exclusive odds and special offers available to them throughout St. James' Park as well as online."

Matt Prevost, brand director at Coral, added: "Everyone at Coral is thrilled to be partnering with a club of the size and stature of Newcastle United, and we look forward to providing a professional and exciting betting service to the Club's fans, that are widely regarded as the most passionate and knowledgeable in the country."

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Coral Tops UK Online Betting Website - Usability - Survey, Online Gambling News

Watchdog (eventually) approves iPoker; Coral site tops QuBit ‘usability’ survey BY Peter Amsel ON August 10, 2012

The Online Poker Watchdog at ispokerrigged.com has made a mission of analyzing millions of online poker hands, looking for any evidence to suggest that the sites were manipulating the outcome of hands to the detriment of winning players. The site has put most of the major operators through its “bad beat tests,” examining instances in games and tournaments in which a hand came down to a ‘heads-up, turn all-in’, looking for evidence that a biased river card was dealt with the intent of favoring fishier players over sharps (so that winning players win more slowly and cash out less often). The site has performed such evaluations on major sites including PokerStars, PartyPoker, Ongame, Merge, Entraction and Bodog, and in each case, no evidence of bias was found.

But the site’s most recent test on Playtech’s iPoker network resulted in a “not all tests passed” grading. (See the site’s full post-mortem here.) An initial test of 1m hands “showed a bias in dominated hands that was greater than three standard deviations but less than five standard deviations.” Another 1m hands were then tested, returning in a similar conclusion. The initial two samples reflected hands dealt between May and July 2011. A more widespread test of 16m hands from the same time period as well as a more recent vintage was then conducted, resulting in a bias no greater than 2.3 standard deviations. The watchdog suggested the original 2011 samples may have reflected the existence of “widespread collusion at $0.05/$0.010 6-Max and full ring tables” during that period. However, the site cautioned that “If such collusion was widespread enough to influence the results of tests which are run over millions of hands it is likely that it is ‘bots’ that are colluding together rather than players.” iPoker specifically addressed bot usage in November 2011 following widespread accusations of inanimate players in online poker forums.

QUBIT GUAGES ‘USABILITY’ OF UK ONLINE BETTING SITES

QuBit’s August 2012 UK Gambling Benchmark white paper (read it here) set out to identify the top UK online betting site in terms of ‘usability’. QuBit began by identifying “the top 10” UK online betting sites based on monthly page view statistics from Doubleclick Adplanner. The top 10 under the microscope here are: 888, William Hill, Betfair, Paddy Power, Ladbrokes, Bet365, Skybet, Betfred, Stan James and Coral. [Spoiler alert] When all the ponies had been put through their paces, Coral was slapped with the big blue ribbon that said ‘use me’, with Betfair coming second and 888 third.

For the purpose of this rodeo, QuBit employed their proprietary ‘Find, Choose, Buy’ framework, which uses over 80 (unidentified) criteria to evaluate Onsite Performance. Find is judged by site layout, site navigation and search capabilities. QuBit praised the layout of Betfred’s landing page for its clear ‘call to action’ (CTA). Betfred, Coral, 888 and Ladbrokes scored highly on the navigation meter for employing features that allow users easy access to sub-categories within each sport. Betfair and Ladbrokes earned top marks for a search that incorporated clear CTAs and predictive search capabilities. QuBit chided all the operators here for the total lack of ‘breadcrumbs,’ which allow users to keep track of where they are on the site and navigate easily between subcategories.

The Choose category is based on search results, service pages and a summary page. Hills took top honors here, in part for providing users with a bet slip to help distinguish each individual bet and to easily switch between different markets in an event. Paddy Power scored the lowest of the 10 sites in this category.

Finally, Buy is a combo of registration process, final checkout and customer retention. Stan James won the registration derby by adhering to the mantra of avoiding unnecessary stages and only displaying relevant info. Paddy Power notched a perfect score on the checkout category, while some of the other sites dipped as low as 50%.

QuBit introduced a new wrinkle for 2012, examining how each of the sites transferred services to mobile devices, using a standard iPhone browser as a benchmark rather than dedicated mobile apps. QuBit was on the lookout for font and layout legibility, ensuring that the key CTA was visible above the fold, ensuring that only vertical scrolling is required and minimizing large graphics to boost load speed. There was a four-way tie for first place between Hills, Paddy, Bet365 and Skybet, with Betfair low man on the mobile totem pole.

QuBit also addressed ‘presence management’ in social and search, which examined each company’s presence on a social network, weighted by average time spent on each site and revenue driven via each source. Betfair earned top social honors for being the only site to engage users across all five key social networks (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn and Pinterest). As for Google search presence, Coral had the best brand paid and organic first page reach, while Hills and Bet365 had the greatest reach through paid and organic high-traffic. QuBit suggests this latter category may be more lucrative as these punters are less likely to have established a specific brand loyalty.

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