Satta king is a broad word to describe “betting” in India or Hindi. The Matka game, is sometimes referred to as Indian Satta Matka because of its early popularity. If you are interested in betting games, check out the Numbers Game at Bodog India.
Satta is not currently legal in India, but it is still big business. Lotteries have become more attractive online because they combine all lotteries on an international level, so those from India can leverage their bets by only picking lottery cards where the jackpot is the biggest.
How To Play Satta King?
India has a relatively small lottery jackpot while the US and EU countries have jackpots commonly in the 100’s of millions of Euros/USD.
For other betting games, a large majority of Indians are still betting with local bookies, but more are using the internet at online casinos and online bookies like Betway for cricket and other sports or casino games.
Indian Matka gambling is a very simple game and is a form of lottery. The game was founded by Ratan Khatri back in the 1970s and was popular up until the 1990s. You would go to a satta bazaar to play it. The game is not played very much anymore, mostly in the regions of India and Pakistan. Instead, many enjoy the lottery games more so these days.
You pick (3) three numbers from 0 – 9. For example 5,3,6 would be your first pick at random. To add more substance to the game, the numbers are then added up (5 + 3 + 6) and a final Satta Matka number is given. In this example, it is 14. You only use one digit of this number, the last one. In this example, it will be the 4. So your first draw would be 5,3,6 *4.
A second set of numbers is also drawn. They are drawn in the exact same way as the first draw. As a random example lets assume the numbers 8,2,8. This gives us a total of 18, we again only use the last digit so our final pick for the second set of numbers is 8,2,8 *8
Our final card would look like this: 5,3,6 *4 X 8,2,8 *8. Here is an example card you would find in a matka game.
Satta King Fees And Odds
The Satta betting agent should only take a maximum of 5% of your wager amount assuming you win. Because the game is all luck and neither the agent nor the bettor has an advantage, the bookie should take home 5% on every Rupee wagered. Heavy betting on a certain number, or combination of numbers can be a dangerous scenario. If those numbers come up, it is very likely your bookie will vanish because he can’t afford to cover the wagers.
When the cards and numbers are picked, generally at 9 PM and 12 at night the winners are declared. This is how a payout would occur.
Example of a 10 Rupees Bet
You choose the correct first number drawn: 9 X Your Wager of 10Rs = 90 Rs.
Your second number is drawn: 9 X Your Wager of 10Rs = 90 Rs.
You choose the middle number (the jodi) and the first number correct in combination: 90 X Your Wager = 900 Rs.
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