# MATKA FRAMEWORK : THE DESIGN OF THE GAME

The Matka Framework explains how the multiple variations are fused together to form a beautiful game. This chapter also revises the whole concept of matka again, from a framework point of view which is more easier to understand.

At first, during the 60’s they just gambled on cotton prices from New York Stock Exchange.

Then, **Matka** happened.

They used to put Playing Cards (Only Number Cards) in a big earthen pot (called matka in hindi); hence the name **matka**. Three Playing cards were drawn from the pot.

Then, they arranged it in ascending order; smallest of the three cards first to largest at last.

They called it **“PANA”**

**There are 220 Pana’s.**

Any 3 digit number when arranged in ascending order, produced only 220 unique numbers.

**Example :** 123, 132, 213, 231, 312, 321

any of the above numbers when placed in A<B<C format,

produced only **123**, which is a Pana.

**Always, a Pana is in Ascending Order.**

They found out that doing so, resulted in 3 types of Pana’s.

Some Pana’s are 3 numbers unique.

Some Pana’s had two numbers repeating

Some Pana’s had three numbers same.

They Called 3 Unqiue Number Pana’s : SINGLE PANA

**Example :** 123

They Called Panas with repeating Numbers : DOUBLE PANA

**Example :** 558

They Called Panas with 3 numbers same : TRIPLE PANA

**Example :** 888

There are a total of 220 PANA’s

🔗 LIST OF ALL 220 PANA’S

There are 120 SINGLE PANA’s

🔗 LIST OF SINGLE PANA’S

There are 90 DOUBLE PANA’s

🔗 LIST OF DOUBLE PANA’S

There are 10 TRIPLE PANA’s

🔗 LIST OF TRIPLE PANA’S

Then, they added the 3 cards

Simply, written as,

The resultant totals ranged from 0 to 27.

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

If the total is 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9; the total is considered as **“Single”**

If the total is more than 9, ie 10 to 27, second digit of the number is considered as **“Single”
**Simply written as,

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

**Single**.

Hence, every Pana sums to a Single.

There are 10 Singles** 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9**

Drawing the Draw only once a day made less money. It they did twice?, twice the money !

They’d draw the draw two times, in a day :

The First draw is Called : **OPEN**

**They’d draw 3 Cards, place them on the table, arrange them in Ascending Order. Then they summed the cards to produce a Single.
**

Then they took a Break. A 1 Hour Break. Then, it was time for Second Draw.

The Second draw is Called : **CLOSE
**

**They’d draw 3 Cards, place them on the table, arrange them in Ascending Order. Then they summed the cards to produce a Single.
**All same as they did in Open.

They’d arrange the full result ( Open and Close )

on Table for people to note down.

The irregular Card arrangement was not cool. So, they made a standard.

They arranged the cards in same order, in same format everyday. They called it the “Full Result”

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, called **JODI
**

And they felt, why not combine Open Pana and Close Pana to make a 6 Digit Variation of the game.

They Did, and called it** 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,

Open Pana with Close Single as **HALF SANGAM A (HSA)**

and

Open Single with Close Pana as** HALF SANGAM B (HSB)**

THE MATKA FRAMEWORK

There are **10** “**SINGLE**“s

There are **100** “**JODI**“s

(10 Open Singles x 10 Close SIngles )

There are **220** “**PANA**“s

(120 Single Pana’s,

90 Double Pana’s,

10 Triple Pana’s)

Each Single has 22 Pana’s allotted to it.

( 10 Singles x 22 Panas = 220 Panas Total)

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

They gave different variations of the game, different rates. One would get paid for what they played.

Here are the standard rates.

**SINGLES** = **1:9 **

meaning that you get 9 rupees for 1 rupee if you win

**JODI** = **1:90**

meaning that you get 90 rupees for 1 rupee if you win

**
SINGLE PANA ** =

**1:140**

meaning that you get 140 rupees for 1 rupee if you win

**=**

DOUBLE PANA

DOUBLE PANA

**1:280**

meaning that you get 280 rupees for 1 rupee if you win

**=**

TRIPLE PANA

TRIPLE PANA

**1:600**

meaning that you get 600 rupees for 1 rupee if you win

**=**

HALF SANGAM

HALF SANGAM

**1:1400**

meaning that you get 1400 rupees for 1 rupee if you win

**=**

SANGAM

SANGAM

**1:14000**

meaning that you get 1400 rupees for 1 rupee if you win

The crowd went Gaga. They loved the game. And so, do we, in our generation.