Seahaven Towers Solitaire
1 deck. Average. No redeal.
Seahaven Towers Solitaire uses 52 cards (1 deck). 50 cards are dealt into 10 tableau piles. Four cells (reserves) are placed above the tableau piles. At the start of the game one card is dealt to each of the left 2 cells. Four foundation piles are placed to the right of tableaus.
Aces are moved to the foundations as they become available.
The top cards of tableau piles and cards from reserve piles are available to play. You may build tableau piles down in suit. Only one card at a time can be moved. When any of reserve piles are empty you can fill the space with any card. Each reserve pile may contain only one card. You can fill empty tableau piles with a King.
There is no redeal.
The rules state that you can move only one card at a time. But as a shortcut, BVS Solitaire will allow you to move a full or partial build if there are enough empty reserve piles, because you would have been able to get the same result by temporarily moving the extra cards into the empty tableaus. This game was invented by Art Cabral.