1 deck. Easy. No redeal.
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Bristol Solitaire uses one deck (52 cards). You have 4 foundations and 8 tableau piles with 3 cards in each pile. All Kings are moved to the bottom of the piles during the deal.
Aces are moved to the foundations as they become available.
The object of the game
To build the foundations up, regardless of suits, to kings.
The top cards of tableau piles are available to play. You can build tableau piles down regardless of suit. You can move only one card at a time.
When you have made all the moves initially available, begin turning cards from stock pile, three at a time to three waste piles. You can move cards from the waste piles to the tableaus and to the foundations according to the rules. Empty tableaus cannot be filled.
There is no redeal.
This game was invented by Albert H. Morehead and Geoffrey Mott-Smith.