Game info: Puzzle solitaires type; 1 partial deck (Eighteen cards); no redeal
- Game time: Long
- Difficulty level: Easy
- Skill level: Mostly skill
- Chance of winning: Very high; 1 in 1 if you persist; 100%
Object of the game:
Arrange the eighteen cards in two columns with the Nines at the top, the Eights underneath it, and so on, in two descending suit sequences down to the Aces.
- This game is played with only eighteen cards of two suits, from Ace to Nine. The rest of the deck is discarded.
Tableau (Eighteen cards in six columns of three cards each)
Only the top card of one column can be moved to another column.
The card that is moved can only be placed on a card of a higher rank of the same suit. For example, a 4 can be placed on a 5 or an 8, but not on a 3.
Only one card at a time can be moved (a card can be moved as often as is necessary).
Spaces may be filled with the top card of any column.
The game starts at −52 points.
25 points are awarded for each card in sequence.
The highest score obtainable is 398 points (25 points x 18 cards = 450 points – 52 points = 398 points).
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