2 decks. Average. No redeal.
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This solitaire uses 104 cards (2 decks). An Ace and a King of each suit are removed from the deck to form 8 foundations. 48 card are dealt face-up into 4 tableau piles of 12 cards each.
The remaining cards are dealt to 13 reserve piles. Each reserve pile contains cards of the same rank from Ace to King.
The object of the game
Build the Aces up in suit to Kings, and the Kings down in suit to Aces.
The top cards of tableau and reserve piles are available for play on the foundations. Click on any card in the reserve pile to move it to the top of that reserve pile.
You can move cards to the foundations only.
You should try to remove as many cards from the tableau piles as possible. Empty tableau pile may be filled by the top card of another tableau pile.
This game was invented by David Parlett.
"You are stuck" feature is disabled in this game.