Predict To Win A Million With The Coral Million
This Promotion Ended On 14th June 2018
Coral have kicked off their World Cup build up with an exciting new competition. It's called The Coral Million and gives entrants the chance to win one million pound. It's free to enter but you do need to become a registered user at Coral. Get all the answers correct and you could be sharing the prize pot.
To enter The Coral Million, head to the Sports Book section at Coral and follow the link in the blue bar to 'Coral Million'. From there you'll be invited to answer 10 questions about the up and coming World Cup Finals. The questions have no right and wrong answer as they're all about predictions.
Predict To Win
For example, (1) Will Lionel Messi score more goals than Cristiano Ronaldo (not including shoot-outs) (2) How far will England progress in the tournament (3) Who will win the Golden Boot? and (4) How many penalties - including shoot-outs - will be scored by England players?
As you can gather these aren't easy questions to answer - so you're going to need some serious predictive power to get all 10 spot on. To help you decide how to answer Coral have provided some useful stats to go alongside each of the questions. We're not quite sure that they're useful but they are interesting.
Once you've answered all the questions you then need to register/login. You cannot change your selections after you've completed the entry. The competition will be open until 5 minutes before the start of the first World Cup 2018 match on the 14th June 2018.
The Chances Of Winning A Million
There is a £1,000,000 top prize up for grabs for the winner who correctly predicts all 10 answers. As far as we can determine there are no other prizes available. This means if someone predicts 9/10 of the outcomes then there's no consolation prize. We'll see if we can determine 100% whether that's the case.
The odds of getting all the predictions correct is quite high. Only the first question is a straight "yes" or "no". All the others have multiple options. If we've done our maths correctly (and apologies if we've not) then we think the chances of getting all 10 answers right is 18933336562/1. That's 1353 times harder than winning the lottery.
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