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Players test their patience by building piles of each suit.
This is a game where each move can feel rewarding.
HOW TO PLAY SOLITAIRE
Deal seven piles of cards face down. Starting from the left with one card, add an extra card per pile to end with seven cards on the last pile. The top card on each pile is dealt face up.
Card are moved from one pile to another. A card can only be moved to a pile if it is one lower and the opposite color, e.g. 3♣️ onto the 4♦️.
HOW TO WIN
Collect cards one by one. Build four piles of the four suits to win the
game. If there are cards left on the table then you lose.
TURN OVER THE TOP CARD
Turn over any face down card as soon as it is the top card in a row e.g. K.
FILL EMPTY ROWS
When there are no cards in a row move a K to that empty row.
USING THE DECK
If no cards can be moved, turn over three cards from the deck to create a pile next to it. The top card can be moved to any pile. Continue turning over three cards at a time until a move is possible.
USING THE DECK
When there is an A in the pile or on one of the rows it is moved to the side.
Start to add cards in sequence on top to the A e.g. A, 2, 3, 4. Build four piles of suits.
Once all four suit piles are complete the game has been won.
VIDEO OF HOW TO PLAY SOLITAIRE
Instead of turning over three cards at a time, just turn one card. With this rule the deck cannot be turned over when finished.
When there are no more cards in the deck, turn the pile over to restart the deck. Do not shuffle.
Play with two players. Each use a separate deck and players sit opposite each other. The first player to finish wins.
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