## THE MATKA FRAMEWORK : THE DESIGN OF THE GAME

**Matka**happened.

## CONCEPT OF PANA

**Ascending Order**, smallest of the three cards first to largest at last.

**Note:**Some people refer to Pana as

**Patti, Panel, Panna**, its same whichever way its called.

**Note:**In Matka, 0 is considered more than 9.

**A<B<C**format, produced only 123, which is a

**Pana**.

**A Pana is "Always" in Ascending Order.**

**3 types of Pana's**

**SINGLE PANA (SP PANA)**

Example: 123

**There are 120 Single Pana's**

DOUBLE PANA (DP PANA)

Example: 558

**There are 90 DOUBLE PANA’s**

**TRIPLE PANA (TP PANA)**

Example: 888

**There are 10 Triple Pana's**

## THE CONCEPT OF SINGLE (ANK)

So, to simplify the total, they kept a rule :

Ex. 134 (1+3+4) = 8

In this case, 134 belongs to Single 8.

Ex. 689 (6+8+9) = 23

In this case 689 belongs to Single 3.

Every 3 Cards drawn, arranged in ascending order and summed, gave a Single.

Hence,

Every Pana sums to a Single.

## THE CONCEPT OF OPEN and CLOSE

Until here, the procedure went like this : They used to draw 3 cards, arrange them in ascending order [PANA], add the three digits of the pana to form a [Single].

As you know, Matka is inspired from Opening and Closing rates of Cotton from New York Cotton Exchange, An “Open” and a “Close” are common. Every Trade has a Open and a Close. Same applies for Matka. The betting on Matka, is based on “Open” and a “Close”.

They'd draw two times.

**Pana and its resulting Single**

## THE CONCEPT OF JODI

Arranging the Open and Close in a standard format gave rise to more ideas.

The Open Pana produced Open Single

The Close Pana produced Close Single.

They combined Open Single and Close Single which gave rise to a 2 Digit variation of the game, calledJODI

## THE CONCEPT OF SANGAM

## THE CONCEPT OF HALF SANGAM

Then, they felt, why not make a hybrid variation. A cross of Pana and Single.

Since, Each Pana added to its own single, it didnt make any sense.

Then, it came, two variations,

They Combined :

Open Pana with Close Single

and

Open Single with Close Pana

and called it HALF SANGAM

For convenience and to remember properly, we, at Just Matka introduced a small standard.

we started referring,

## THE MATKA FRAMEWORK

(10 Open Singles x 10 Close Singles )

120 Single Pana's,

90 Double Pana's

and10 Triple Pana's

Each Single has 22 Pana's allotted to it.

(10 Singles x 22 Panas = 220 Panas Total)

Of 22 Pana's allotted to each Single,

12 are SP Pana's.

9 are DP Pana's and

1 Triple Pana.

There are 4400 HALF SANGAM's

220 Pana's X 10 Singles (Half Sangam A)

**+**

10 Singles X 220 Pana's (Half Sangam B)

There are 48400 SANGAM's

220 Pana's X 220 Pana's

## MATKA RATE CHART

SINGLES = 1:9

JODI = 1:90

SINGLE PANA = 1:140

DOUBLE PANA = 1:280

TRIPLE PANA = 1:600

HALF SANGAM = 1:1400

SANGAM = 1:15000

## Credits

**Ratan Khatri**

**Kalyanji Bhagat**