Satta Matka gambling as known in the world

Matka gambling or satta is a form of betting and lottery. It originally involved betting on the opening and closing rates of cotton transmitted from the New York Cotton Exchange to the Bombay Cotton Exchange.

Where did Satta Matka gambling originate?

Satta Matka gambling originates from before the era of Indian independence. At that time, people knew it as Ankada Jugar (“figures gambling”). In the 1960s, people replaced the system with other ways of generating random numbers, including pulling slips from a large earthenware pot known as a matka or dealing with playing cards.

Is Satta Matka gambling legal in India?

Matka gambling is illegal in India.

Terminology of Satta Matka gambling

TermMeaning/Explanation
MatkaThe word matka is derived from a word for an earthen pot. Such pots were used in the past to draw the numbers.
SingleAny digit between 0 and 9 which involves betting.
Jodi/PairAny pair of two digits between 00 and 99 involved in Matka (example- 52)
Patti/PannaA three-digit result comes as a betting result. All three-digit number is Patti/ Panna. Only limited 3-digit numbers are used.
Open result / close resultThe outcome of matka betting is divided into two parts. The first part is called the open result and the second part close result.
SP/DP/TPSP stands for Single Patti example- 123, DP stands for Double Patti example 112, and TP stands for Triple Patti e.g. 111
Cycle PattiThe last two digits of the Patti is called the cycle Patti or cp (e.g. if the Patti is 128, the cycle Patti is 28)
FarakThe Farak is how many different from close result to open result (e.g.if the jodi/pair is 57, 7–5; the farak is 2; some another: “73” is 13-7 – 6 )
BerijThe Berij is the last digit of jodi’s/pair’s sum. (for example- if pair is 76, berij is 7+6 = 13; last digit is 3; means berij is 3)

What are the types of bets in this game?

There are 7 types of betting options in Satta Matka gambling. They are:

  • Single number bet
  • Single Patti bet
  • Double Patti bet
  • Triple Patti bet
  • Jodi bet
  • Half Sangam 
  • Full Sangam

What is a single Patti bet?

A single Patti/Panna is a 3-digit number in which no number repeats itself. For example, 345 is an example of a single Patti. 

How do people place their bets here?

Every single Patti in this Satta Matka gambling type corresponds to a set of 12 single pattis with the same single number. When a Satta player bets on a single Patti from a set, the total wager calculates to 12 times the single Patti wager. 

What is a double Patti bet?

In Satta Matka, a double Patti, a wager on the opening or closing pana, is a three-digit number in which one number repeats itself. For example, 112 is a legit Double Patti since 1 in the double Patti repeats itself. The betting option of Double Patti resembles a single-Patti wagering game. 

How do people place their bets here?

The wagering procedure is similar to that of a single-Patti game. If you wish to wager $10 on 112, you’ll need to pay $10 on double Patti 400, 220, 266, 338, 446, 455, 699, and 770 as well. This implies that to make it a valid double Patti bet on 112, you would have to stake $90 on 112 in total.

What is a triple Patti bet?

In Satta Matka gambling, a triple Patti is a wager on the probable opening or closing pana, where all three numbers are identical. For example, 111 and 222 are legit triple pattis. 

You will only win if all three cards drawn by the panel organizer form your triple Patti, and it is self-evident that the chances of hitting a bull’s eye in a triple Patti game are little to none. 

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