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Salic Law

Game info: Faerie Queen type; 2 decks; no redeal

  • Game time: Medium
  • Difficulty level: Medium
  • Skill level: Mostly chance
  • Chance of winning: High (about 1 in 3)

Object of the game: To move all the cards to the foundations.

Solitaire Rules

  • Any one King is removed from the deck and placed in the left of the first tableau pile.

Foundations (8 piles)

  • Build up regardless of suit from Ace to Jack (for example, a 2Heart Suit can be played on an AceSpades SuitHeart SuitClubs SuitDiamonds Suit).

  • The object of this game is to finish with a row of Jacks, a row of Queens and a row of Kings.

Tableau (8 columns)

  • Place cards on top of the first King until:

  • An Ace appears. This is placed on a foundations in the row above the Kings.

  • A Queen appears. She is placed in a row above the foundations (Aces). The Queens are dead cards with a purely decorative role and take no active part in the game.

  • Another King appears. It is placed to the right of the first King. Cards are then dealt and placed on the second King until a third King appears. Continue in the same way until the last King is dealt and the whole deck is laid out in 8 piles of varying lengths.

  • An uncovered King is the equivalent of a temporary space and any available card may be placed on it.

  • The top card of each pile is available for play to the foundations or to an uncovered King.

  • No building on the tableau.

Stock

  • The top card is available for play to the tableau piles or to the foundations.

  • There is no redeal.

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