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Game info: Two-Deck game type; 2 decks (104 cards); no redeal

  • Game time: Long
  • Difficulty level: Hard
  • Skill level: Mostly skill
  • Chance of winning: Low (about 1 in 10); 10%

Object of the game: Move all the cards to the foundations.

Solitaire Rules

Foundations (4 piles - one on each corner of the square: complete these piles to win the game)

  • Build up in suit from Ace to King (for example, a 2Heart Suit can be played on an AceHeart Suit), then build down in suit from King to Ace (for example, a QHeart Suit can be played on a KHeart Suit)

  • Cards may only be taken from the "frame".

Tableau (26 cards: 12 in the "picture" and 14 in the "frame")


Picture - The "picture": 12 cards in 3 rows of 4 each.
Frame - The "frame": 14 cards around the "picture".

  • In the "frame" build up or down in suit from one pile to another, but when you start building up, you cannot build down later, and vice versa. Kings cannot be built on Aces.

  • When there is an empty space on the "frame", you can move any card from the "picture" that corresponds to the same line, vertically or horizontally.

  • Spaces in the "picture" are automatically filled from the stock or the waste.

  • Spaces in the "frame" are filled with cards from the "picture". The card must be in the same line at the space, vertically or horizontally.


  • Turn up one card at a time from the stock to the waste by clicking.

  • There is no redeal.

Waste (One pile)

  • Cards from the waste cannot be moved directly to the foundations, nor to the "frame". They must be played to the "picture" and then to the "frame".

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