Game info: Two-Deck solitaires type; 2 decks (104 cards); 1 redeal
- Game time: Long
- Difficulty level: Easy
- Skill level: Moderate
- Chance of winning: Medium; about 1 in 5; 20%
Object of the game: Move all the cards to the foundations.
Foundations (EEight piles starting with four Aces and four Kings)
"Ace" foundations: Build up in suit from Ace to King. For example, a 2 can only be played on an Ace.
"King" foundations: Build down in suit from King to Ace. For example, a Queen can only be played on a King.
Autoplay is available.
Reserve (Three piles)
These cells are storage (holding) locations for cards being played to the foundations and the tableau.
Cards in these cells can be moved to the foundations and the tableau.
Cells can hold only one card at a time.
Tableau (Twelve columns of eight cards each)
Build up or down in suit. For example, a 10 can be played on a 9
or on a Jack.
The top card of each pile is available for play to the foundations or to another tableau pile.
Only one card at a time can be moved.
Spaces can't be filled.
Stock (1 pile)
After all possible plays have been made, click the Redeal button to collect the tableau cards and deal them again.
Cards on the reserve will remain in their position.
One redeal is permitted (two deals in all).
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