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Seven Sisters

Original Solitaire

Game info: Stripped deck type; 2 partial decks (84 cards); no redeal

  • Game time: Long
  • Difficulty level: Hard
  • Skill level: Mostly skill
  • Chance of winning: High; 1 in 4; 25%

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

Solitaire Rules

All the Kings and an entire suite of cards are removed from the stock, leaving 84 cards only.

Foundations (7 piles in the first row: complete these piles to win the game)

  • Build down in suit from Queen to Ace (for example, a JackHeart Suit can be played only on a QueenHeart Suit).

Tableau (4 rows of 7 cards each)

  • The foundations are built exclusively from the cards in the top row.

  • All the cards in the other 3 rows must ascend through each row until they reach the top row before they can be played.

  • You can build up regardless of suit (for example, a 10Spades Suit can be played on a 9Heart SuitSpades SuitClubs SuitDiamonds Suit) any card on a card in the row right above it.

  • A space in any row must be filled immediately with any card from the row right below it (not necessarily the one directly under the space).

  • A space in the bottom row is automatically filled from the waste or from the stock.

Stock

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

  • There is no redeal.

Waste (1 pile)

  • The top card is available for play to the bottom row or to the foundations.

Scoring

  • The highest score obtainable is 336 points.

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