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Hi, been watching a few live streams of football (soccer!), and noticed on the "in-play" markets, the 'next corner'market. It says 'no corner no bet' as an option. Does this mean, for example, if i bet on the home team to get the next corner in the game, but no more corners were awarded, I would get my stake back as there were no more corners in the game. Or does it mean if i dont think there will be any more corners, such as when the game enters injury time, i can get on that option. All help appreciated, thanks, paul

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Hello @Paulbainy  and welcome to the community , 

A  "no corner no bet" option can be considered as a type of insurance when you wager on a next corner outcome. The way it works, is that if no corner will happen in that match from the moment you placed a bet on that market, you then receive a full refund of your initial stake. 

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