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Chalk your cue and step up to the baize with a vast array of snooker betting options that are on the table with Coral.
There is snooker taking place all year round with the biggest tournament of them all, the World Snooker Championship in April each year, a two-week exhibition of the best potting and cue-ball control around.
As well as the Crucible showpiece, the other major events include the Masters and UK Championship, while the world snooker tour is in operation all around the world and there is always plenty of action on the baize to satisfy your snooker betting needs.
There are various ways you can bet on snooker with Coral, from individual matches to choosing your favourite player in some of the biggest tournaments around in our Snooker outright odds and hope they can go all the way to lift the trophy.
We will have Snooker betting markets for a variety of options in individual matches, so whether you want to back the favourite to triumph in the match or simply score more points than another then Coral have you covered.
Other snooker odds we have for individual match betting include selecting the correct score for the contest, an over/under market on a set number of frames in the match and a shorter match bet on the first player to get to a certain number of frames.
You can bet on the individual mini sessions within a match, which are usually in chunks of four or five frames, while there is always the handicap option, so even if you want to back one of the best players in the world in the opening round of a tournament when their odds might not provide a big pay-out, you can still be rewarded with a solid return.
Maybe choose Ronnie O’Sullivan and boost the odds by backing him to give away a head start in the match and maximise the chance of profiting from our snooker betting options.
Snooker betting odds
Some of the biggest names in the game can be backed in our snooker outright odds for some of the biggest tournaments around, so whether you’re a fan of the Rocket or more of a Mark Williams fan, then side with O’Sullivan or the Welsh Potting Machine in the snooker betting and if they lift the trophy at the end of the tournament you could be rewarded with a handsome pay-out.
The World Championship in Sheffield is the highlight of the snooker season, so why not take a look through the Snooker World Championship odds and make the fortnight of Crucible drama a profitable one.
We will have snooker outright odds for the Snooker World Championship if you fancy Mark Selby to reign in the Steel City once again, or John Higgins could be the man who gets his hands on the famous trophy for a fifth time as he proves age is no barrier to talent on the green baize.
There will be Snooker World Championship betting for every single World Championship match from the qualifiers, where six-time finalist Jimmy White will be looking to secure his place at the Crucible, right the way through to the final. So take a look through the latest snooker odds and support some of the form players as they go in search of the biggest prize in snooker.
Sheffield isn’t the be all and end all though, and there are other tournaments where the latest snooker odds will be available.
Kicking off the year with a bang is the Masters at Alexandra Palace, which is one of snooker’s three ‘Triple Crown’ events and at Coral we will have Masters snooker odds for all of the action in London.
In that tournament the world’s best players do battle on the baize for the Paul Hunter Trophy and the prestige of being Masters champion, while the Triple Crown is complete just before Christmas when the UK Championship takes place and the tournament is regularly won by a player in the top 10 in the rankings.
However, don’t worry if your favourite player is out of form in the early stages of a match, all is not lost. With our ‘in-play’ options for snooker betting there are plenty of markets available to guarantee a return.
The odds for the match will be constantly updating as the action takes place, so if your chosen player goes two frames down, then you could get better odds on the match odds market.
You can also place snooker bets on which player wins the next frame of a match, which player pots the first ball, what colour the first legal colour potted will be and whether the total points for the frame will be above a chosen number.
If a player is a known break-builder and accustomed to knocking in centuries for fun, then you could dive into the snooker betting odds and side with them to notch up either a 50 break or a ton in another way of betting on snooker in-play.