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Coral Poker

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Game types  
Limit No limit Pot limit
Hold'em $0.15/$0.30 - $500/$1,000  $0.05/$0.10 - $50/$100  $0.10/$0.10 - $50/$50 
Omaha $0.25/$0.50 - $25/$50  $0.15/$0.25 - $1/$2  $0.25/$0.25 - $50/$50 
Omaha 8/b $0.25/$0.50 - $25/$50  $0.15/$0.25 - $1/$2  $0.25/$0.25 - $50/$50 
5 Card Draw Poker $0.50/$1 - $20/$40    $0.25/$0.25 - $5/$5 
7 Card Stud $0.25/$0.50 - $50/$100     
7 Card Stud 8/b $0.25/$0.50 - $50/$100     

William Hill Casino Club Cash Games at Coral Poker

CoralCoral Poker offers a great choice of the most popular cash games in online poker:

  • Texas Hold’em
  • Omaha
  • Omaha Hi/Lo
  • 7 Card Stud
  • 7 Card Stud Hi/Lo
  • 5 Card Draw

Both Stud variants are played as limit games and for Five Card Draw there is an additional pot limit version. All other games come with a choice of limit, pot limit or no limit. The blind structure for the Coral Poker cash games ranges from micro-limits to fairly high limits of $ 50/100 for no limit Texas Hold’em and the Stud games; at $ 500/1,000, the highest possible blind structure for limit Texas Hold’em is especially appealing to high rollers. Coral Poker users can set up private cash game tables at any time.

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Tournament Details

Coral Poker offers Seven Card Stud, pot limit Omaha and Omaha Hi/Lo as well as no limit Texas Hold’em as tournaments with set starting times. The majority of these tournaments are of the no limit Texas Hold’em variety. In the Coral Poker turbo tournaments, the blinds are raised in shorter intervals than in regular games, resulting in more excitement and risk for the players. Coral also runs a number of rebuy tournaments, in which players can purchase a new set of tournament chips even after they have lost all the chips they originally received for the buy-in. As a result, rebuy tournaments tend to have a much juicier prize pool than normal tournaments.

Sit & Go tournaments start as soon as the required number of players has sat down at the table. Here, Coral Players have the choice between limit, pot limit and no limit Texas Hold’em, pot limit Omaha, limit Omaha Hi/Lo, pot limit Five Card Draw as well as limit Seven Card Stud and Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo. These Sit & Go tournaments are also offered in turbo mode. In addition to heads-up tournaments for only two players, Coral Poker has created several so-called “50-handed” tournaments which are restricted to 50 users. Apart from freeroll tournaments and satellites to major professional poker tournaments, Coral Poker has thought of a few interesting special tournaments to reward its players, such as the “King of the Hill” tournament or the so-called “Grand Tournament”.


The Coral Poker rake structure is in accordance with the industry average: depending on the blind structure of each individual game as well as the number of players contributing to the pot, Coral takes between $ 0.05 and a maximum of $ 3 from the pot. For hands that do not see the flop or – in Stud poker – do not make it to fourth street, no rake at all is charged (“no flop, no drop” policy).


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