The Sattaking is a game practiced by people for a long time. It is mainly considered to be a game of luck, and this has been the popular belief for centuries. Sattaking traces back to the days of the Han dynasty of China, who ruled between 205 B.C. and 187 B.C. and was considered to be gambling, which involves winning prizes. The earliest form of Sattaking is the KENO slips created by the empire, and this Sattaking helped in financing great landscapes like the Great Wall of China. Even the great Iliad written by Homer consists of the concept of Sattaking. The game of Sattaking was also treated as a game of amusement or recreation in the Roman Empire, and it is said that the elites used to indulge in the game quite often to pass their time. The history of the Sattaking is very rich, early English culture, and early American history and also in many significant cultures of this world.