Picture Gallery Solitaire
2 decks. Average. No redeal.
Picture Gallery Solitaire uses two decks (104 cards). You have three rows of 24 foundation piles (with 8 piles in each row) and 8 reserve piles of 8 cards each. Twos, Threes and Fours will be the base cards.
The object of the game
To move all the base cards to the right places (the Twos into the top Row, the Threes into the middle row and the Fours into the bottom row of foundations) and build the foundations up in suit by intervals of three:
2, 5, 8, J
3, 6, 9, Q
4, 7, 10, K
You can start building on a foundation as soon as its base card is in the proper row, but not before.
Aces are discarded as they become available. All cards in the foundations are available to play except for the base cards lying in the proper rows. The top cards of the reserve piles are also available to play on foundations. You cannot move cards from one reserve pile to another. You may transfer any base cards that may be lying in the wrong row to the correct row, playing them to gaps. Gaps may be left by the removal of Aces or by moving cards to their proper foundations.
When you have made all the moves initially available, press the ReArrange button to rearrange the reserve piles in a special way. The top card of the first reserve pile is dealt to the second reserve pile, the remainder are dealt to the third pile and so on until all the cards run out. This can be repeated for each of the 8 reserve piles.
There is no redeal.