Game info: Two-Deck solitaires type; 2 decks (104 cards); 1 redeal
- Game time: Long
- Difficulty level: Easy
- Skill level: Mostly chance
- Chance of winning: Low; about 1 in 30; 3.3%
Move all the cards to the foundations.
Set-Up: A King is removed from the deck and placed as the first foundation.
Foundation (Eight piles)
After the King, foundations must be placed in strict sequence
from Q, J, 10, 9, 8, 7 to 6, as they become available. For
example, the Jack foundation cannot be placed until the Queen
foundation is in place.
These eight cards from K to 6 are called "origins". All
"origins" must be placed, in order, before foundation building
Build down, regardless of suit until each pile contains thirteen
cards. The end product is a row of eight piles of thirteen
cards, in order from A, K, Q, J, 10, 9, 8 and 7.
Ranking of cards is continuous: build Kings after Aces.
Turn up one card at a time, from the stock to the waste, by clicking.
One redeal is permitted (two deals in all).
This is a very old French solitaire. For more information, please click the About tab.
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