This project started with a kind of gambling called **SattaMatka**, which is also a lottery. The Mumbai Matka Number game was the catalyst for this venture. Initially, he thought that if he eliminated all four kings, queens, and jacks from the deck, the only cards left would be aces through tens. In order to obtain three cards, shuffle the cards and deal them out one at a time to a single opponent.

If the adversary gets 10, A, 3, he has 130, counting up from the lowest point. Ace defines 1, and 10 defines 0. One is the lowest, and ten is the highest.

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In the same way, if he gets 2, 7, and 4, his final score will be 247. Now it will be referred to as the OPEN card, meaning that the card number 130 is the open card, and his card number 247 is the CLOSE card. The key to opening 130s is to add all of the numbers to obtain a single number, which is the open figure. For example, if we add 1+3+0 = 4, we get 4.

As such, we call it a four-open with 130 cards, also known as a pana or panel. In a similar vein, near 2+4+7 = 13, but wait, we have a two-digit number, so what will be our single number? The final digit of this number or the spot after it will be our figure, so we’ll choose the number 3.

We obtain a JODI of 43 as a result of our opening score of 130–4 and our closing score of 247–3. This is the mix of our open and close scores. In recent years, other game features such as motor Patti and Sangam, which were a mix of open-close Pana, open-close figure, etc., have been added to the game.

**Owners of new businesses**

After RatanKhatri, various new managers in the Matka Bazaar were established, among them KalyanjiBhagat, Suresh Bhagat and PappuSanwala. Initially, Matka was only available in Kalyan and Mumbai during 1962, but over the course of time, several additional games gained traction such as Milan day, Milan night, Rajdhani day and Rajdhani night. With the introduction of the internet came MadhurMatka which has surprisingly become one of the most popular games.

There are 220 Pattis, ten figures, and 100 Jodi in the Weekly Matka Jodi. Each figure is worth 1:9.5 points and each Jodi is worth 1.90 points. Due to the fact that the 220 Pattis are divided into three distinct categories: single Patti, double Patti, and triple Patti, the card rates vary. Pattis are priced at 1:140, double Pattis are priced at 1:250, and triple Pattis are priced at 1:750.

**What is the process of Sattamatka?**

There are many SattaMatka games, but the basic principles are always the same. You start by choosing a number from 1 to 36. This number is your base bet. After selecting a number, you choose another number from 1 to 9. These numbers are called cards. You can bet on a single number if that number is not selected as one of the cards. If it is, you can bet on that number. If the number is chosen, you must deposit funds into the SattaMatka account. You can bet on the sum of all the cards.