Game info: Two-Deck game type; 2 decks (104
cards); no redeal
- Game time: Long
- Difficulty level: Medium
- Skill level: Mostly chance
- Chance of winning: Very low; about 1 in 100; 1%
Object of the game: Move all the cards to the foundations.
Set-Up: At the beginning of the game, four Kings (one of each suit) and four Aces (one
of each suit) are removed from the stock and placed in the eight piles at the
bottom, becoming the foundations.
to win the game)
Build the Ace foundations
in suit from Ace
to King (for example, a 2
can be played only on an Ace).
Build the King foundations
down in suit from
King to Ace (for example, a Queen
can be played only on a King).
Reversal. When the top cards of two foundations
of the same suit are in sequence, one or more cards from one
pile may be transferred to the other, except for the Ace or King
at the bottom.
columns of 12 cards each)
The top card of each
available for play to the foundations
No building on the
Spaces may be
filled with any available card from the
There is no redeal.
piles in the form of a
semicircular arch, each containing a variable number of cards)
Each pile is
reserved for cards of the same
rank, starting from Aces to
Kings. There will be different numbers in different
piles depending on
how many cards of one rank remain after the
tableau piles are
dealt, and some ranks may not be represented at all.
All the cards in each
reserve pile, not just the top cards, are
available for play to the
Click on a reserve pile to spread its cards in the center in the
form of a fan. Then, all the cards of the
fan are available for
No building on the reserve.
Spaces cannot be filled.
Game Rules Index |
Previous solitaire |