Satta-Matka game: A perfect approach to the game.
The methodology of playing the game is no rocket science. By placing bets on the game abstemiously and with sheer practice, you can easily master the game and be called the uncrowned king. The styles of playing different varieties of the game such as Kalyan Matka, Main Mumbai Matka, and Rajdhani Matka differ on some steps slightly, just one thing persists, and that is the term Matka itself. As the 21st century unfolded, many websites started providing an interface for such online gambling games, number guessing games, and even the results and the charts of the Satta Matka.
There are a few terminologies related to the game which should be learned and paid emphasis to, before participating in the game.
- Matka- The word “Matka” has been derived from the Hindi language, which essentially means an earthen pot, meant for storing water that dispenses cold water after storage. Apart from that, it is also used by the country folks to store other goods such as small garments, valuables, etc. Therefore, pots are used in the game to store numbered chits.
- Single- Any digit drawn by the player which lies between 0 to 9 is called a single.
- Jodi- “Jodi” is a rustic term originating from the Hindi language used for a pair. Here it is used to signify any digits appearing between 00 to 99.
- Patti/Panna- The cards used in the Satta Matka game during the course of drawing the result are termed as either ‘Patti’ or ‘Panna’. The card consists of a 3- digit no. and the card drawn with a particular number on it is considered as the final resultant number.
- Opening result/ Closing result- The number obtained as an outcome of the betting stake is divided into two parts. The first part is called open and the second part is called close
- SP/DP/TP- ‘SP’ is an acronym for ‘Single Patti’, i.e. the card in which all the digits are distinct. E.g. 123. ‘DP’ is an acronym for ‘Double Patti’, i.e. the card in which two digits are the same and one is distinct, e.g. 112. ‘TP’ is an acronym for ‘Triple Patti’, i.e. the cards in which all the three digits are the same. E.g., 222.
- Cycle Patti- The digits at the ones and the tens place of a three-digit numbered card is called Cycle Patti. So, if the card is numbered 364, 64 will be considered as the Cycle Patti.
- Farak- The word ‘Farak’ has been derived from ‘Urdu’ the utmost reverential language in the world, which means difference. Hence, this term stands for determining the difference between the open and the close result. Therefore, if the outcome is 78, the Farak would be 8-7, i.e. 1. Farak can always be determined by subtracting the greater number from the smaller one. Farak can never assume a negative value.
- Berji- The term Berji is used for the digit assuming the one’s place of Jodi’s sum. For instance, if the Jodi or the pair is 68, then add up the two digits Therefore, 4 is the ‘Berji”.
All the terminologies required to play the luck game have been covered by me. We hope the article was meticulous in covering all the crucial points related to the game. Wishing you all an auspicious gameplay and piles of money making its way into your pockets.