Satta King Gambling
The Satta King Game was flawlessly created in India in the early 1950s.
People used to wager their mazuma on the closing and
opening prices of the cotton market when the Bombay Cotton Exchange had positive trading
relations with the nascent York Cotton Exchange.
The Indian Regime tried in vain to control this gambling at this time.
Everything was going according to plan until 1961,
when trading between the emerging York Cotton Exchange and the Bombay Cotton Exchange was discontinued.
There are now established ways to wager on the mazuma.
In 1962, Kalyanji Bhagat, Who Was The Owner of A Grocery Store In Worli, Mumbai.