A knowledge base of Satta Matka

Before diving deeper, it's important to familiarize yourself with some key terms:

**Market**: The organizing body that announces the results.**Bookmaker**: The person or entity that accepts bets and pays out winnings.**Player**: The individual (gambler) participating in the game to win money.**Result**: The outcome of the draw, released in two parts:**Open**: The first part of the result.**Close**: The second part of the result.

**Record Chart**: A chart displaying previous results, useful for predicting future outcomes.

There are five variations of Matka you can play, each offering different aspects of the same result:

**Singles****Jodi****Pana****Half Sangam****Sangam**

It’s essential to know how to read and interpret the results. A Matka result is announced in two parts:

**Example of an Open Result**:

123-6

**Example of a Close Result**:

124-7

The complete result combines both parts:**Complete Result**: 123-67-124

Results are typically displayed in this format:

1 1 2 67 2 3 4

(or simply as)

123-67-124

**In the example above**:

**123**is the Open Pana**6**is the Open Single**7**is the Close Single**67**is the Jodi**124**is the Close Pana**123-7**is Half Sangam A**6-124**is Half Sangam B**123-124**is Sangam

Results may also be displayed in red, which signifies special Jodi combinations. For instance:

```
1 6
3 83 8
4 9
```

Red indicates a Jodi is “Red” or “0.5 Red,” meaning it falls within specific combinations, such as:

00, 05, 11, 16, 22, 27, 33, 38, 44, 49, 50, 55, 61, 66, 72, 77, 83, 88, 94, 99.

These red Jodis are crucial to understanding potential winning combinations, and we'll explore Red Numbers in detail as we continue.

Singles are single-digit numbers ranging from zero to nine. In Hindi, they are referred to as **Ank**.

There are ten Singles: **0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9**.

**Rate for Buying Singles**: 1:9

To enhance the flexibility and excitement of the game, Singles are associated with one another as interchangeable numbers, known as **Cut Numbers**. Cut Numbers are defined as those that differ by either +5 or -5.

Each number has its corresponding interchangeable Cut Number. The pairs are as follows:

**1 & 6****2 & 7****3 & 8****4 & 9****5 & 0**

Any Jodi (pair) that includes two digits from the same Cut Number set, as listed above, is classified as **RED**.

Jodis are two-digit numbers ranging from 00 to 99. They are also known as **Pairs** or **Brackets** in some regions.

There are a total of **100 Jodis**.

**Rate for Buying Jodis**: 1:90

00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09,

10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19,

20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29,

30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39,

40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49,

50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59,

60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69,

70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79,

80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89,

90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99.

Pannas are three-digit numbers ranging from 000 to 999. They are also referred to as **Patti**, **Panel**, or **Panna** in some regions.

**Note:** Not all three-digit numbers are considered Panas. While there are a thousand possible three-digit combinations, only **220** of them are classified as Panas.

Panas are always in **ascending order**. For example, **123** is a Pana, but **231**, **132**, **213**, **312**, and **321** are not. When arranged in ascending order, these numbers yield the same result: **123**.

Thus, out of the thousand potential three-digit numbers, when organized in ascending order, only **220** unique numbers qualify as Panas.

To identify the Single associated with a Pana, follow these steps:

If the sum of the three digits of a Pana is less than ten, the actual sum is considered its Single.

**Example:** For the Pana **123**:

1 + 2 + 3 = 6

In this case, 123 belongs to **Single 6**.

**Example:** For the Pana **134**:

1 + 3 + 4 = 8

In this case, 134 belongs to **Single 8**.

If the sum of the three digits of a Pana is ten or more, the last digit of the sum is considered its Single.

**Example:** For the Pana **689**:

6 + 8 + 9 = 23

The last digit is **3**, so 689 belongs to **Single 3**.

Panas are classified into three types: **Single Pana (SP Pana)**, **Double Pana (DP Pana)**, and **Triple Pana (TP Pana)**.

Each Single has **22 Panas** associated with it:

- 12 are Single Panas
- 9 are Double Panas
- 1 is Triple Pana

Single Panas are defined as Panas in which no two digits are the same. There are a total of **120 Single Panas**.

**Example:** 123 is a Single Pana, while 224 is a Double Pana.

**Format:** X

**Rate for SP Pana:** 1:140

Double Panas are defined as Panas in which at least two consecutive digits are the same. There are **90 Double Panas**.

**Example:** 224 is a Double Pana, while 123 is a Single Pana.

**Format:** X=Y

**Rate for DP Pana:** 1:280

Triple Panas are defined as Panas in which all three digits are the same. There are **10 Triple Panas**.

**Example:** 333 is a Triple Pana.

**Format:** X=Y=Z

**Rate for TP Pana:** 1:600

Half Sangams are formed by combining Singles with Panas. There are a total of **4,400 Half Sangams**.

There are two forms of Half Sangams:

**Half Sangam A (HSA)**: This is a combination of an Open Pana and a Close Single. For example, in the result**(123-67-124)**,**123**(Open Pana) and**7**(Close Single) form HSA.**Half Sangam B (HSB)**: This is a combination of an Open Single and a Close Pana. For example, in the same result**(123-67-124)**,**6**(Open Single) and**124**(Close Pana) form HSB.

**Rate for Half Sangams:** 1:1400

Sangams are formed by combining an Open Pana with a Close Pana. There are a total of **48,400 Sangams**.

Both the Open Pana and Close Pana must match to receive a Sangam payout.

In the result **123-(61)-236**, **123-236** is the Sangam.

There are nine forms of Sangams:

**SPSP (Single Pana-Single Pana)**: Open Pana is Single Pana and Close Pana is Single Pana. There are**14,400 SPSP Sangams**.**SPDP (Single Pana-Double Pana)**: Open Pana is Single Pana and Close Pana is Double Pana. There are**10,800 SPDP Sangams**.**DPTP (Single Pana-Triple Pana)**: Open Pana is Single Pana and Close Pana is Triple Pana. There are**1,200 SPTP Sangams**.**DPSP (Double Pana-Single Pana)**: Open Pana is Double Pana and Close Pana is Single Pana. There are**10,800 DPSP Sangams**.**DPDP (Double Pana-Double Pana)**: Open Pana is Double Pana and Close Pana is Double Pana. There are**8,100 DPDP Sangams**.**DPTP (Double Pana-Triple Pana)**: Open Pana is Double Pana and Close Pana is Triple Pana. There are**900 DPTP Sangams**.**TPSP (Triple Pana-Single Pana)**: Open Pana is Triple Pana and Close Pana is Single Pana. There are**1,200 TPSP Sangams**.**TPDP (Triple Pana-Double Pana)**: Open Pana is Triple Pana and Close Pana is Double Pana. There are**900 TPDP Sangams**.**TPTP (Triple Pana-Triple Pana)**: Open Pana is Triple Pana and Close Pana is Triple Pana. There are**100 TPTP Sangams**.

**Sangams have the highest payout rate of:** 1:14,000