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Crazy Quilt

Game info: Two-Deck solitaires type; 2 decks (104 cards); 1 redeal

Alternate names: Indian Carpet, Japanese Rug, Turkish Rug.

  • Game time: Long
  • Difficulty level: Medium
  • Skill level: Mostly skill
  • Chance of winning: Very low; about 1 in 100; 1%

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

Solitaire Rules

Set Up:

  • At the start of the game, an Ace and King of each suit are dealt, becoming the foundations.

Foundations (8 piles: complete these piles to win the game)

  • Ace foundations: build up in suit from Ace to King (for example, a 2Heart Suit can only be played on an AceHeart Suit).

  • King foundations: build down in suit from King to Ace (for example, a QueenClubs Suit can only be played on a KingClubs Suit).

  • Reversal. When the top cards of two foundations of the same suit are in sequence, one or more cards of one pile may be transferred to the other, except for the Ace or King at the bottom.

Tableau (64 cards in an 8x8 square with every other card rotated 90 degrees. This is called the "Quilt".)

  • Only cards with at least one short side free (i.e., not blocked by another card) are available for play to the foundations.

  • Available cards may also be played to the waste pile, either up or down in suit.

  • No building on the tableau.

  • Spaces cannot be filled.


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

  • One redeal is permitted (two deals in all).

Waste (One pile)

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

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