Game info: Mathematical games type; 1 deck; 2
- Game time: Medium
- Difficulty level: Medium
- Skill level: Mostly chance
- Chance of winning: Very high (about 1 in 2)
Object of the game: To move all the cards to the foundation.
During the deal, if anyone of the reserve
cards should be a King, it is placed at the bottom of the stock,
and substituted with another card from the stock.
Foundations (1 pile between the reserve columns at the bottom: complete this pile to win
There is only one foundation, dealt face up from the beginning.
Build all the
cards onto the foundation
regardless of suit, doubling the value of the card that has just
been played. If the double of a card exceeds 12, the
excess of the double over 13 denotes the card required.
Example. If the foundation
card is a 6, you can play a 12(Queen) on it. The double of 12 (Queen) is 24. This
is 11 more than 13 and the next required card must be a 11 (Jack).
The sequence is the following:
2 - 4 - 8 - 3 - 6 - Queen (12) - Jack (11) - 9 - 5 - 10 - 7 - A
and so on.
Kings are dead cards and a King
placed in the reserve
must stay there.
(7 cards: 2 columns of 3 cards each and 1 card between the columns at the top)
card is available for play on the foundation.
Spaces are automatically filled from the
waste or, if none, from the stock.
Waste (One pile)
The top card is available for play on the foundation.
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