2 decks. Easy. No redeal.
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Reversi Solitaire uses two decks (104 cards). 21 cards are dealt into three rows of 7 cards each to form the tableau. Cards are dealt alternately face up and face down. That is, the first card in each row is dealt face up, the next face down (reversi) etc.
The object of the game
To discard all cards from the tableau.
The face down (reversi) card and the card to its right can be discarded if the face down (reversi card) is between two cards of the same rank. Select the pair of cards of the same rank to have the cards discarded. The gap is closed by bringing the rest of the row to the left. When a row is reduced to three, all three cards (right-hand card, left-hand card and reversi) are discarded.
When you have made all the moves initially available, click on the stock pile to deal one card onto each face up card.
There is no redeal.
This game does not support drag-and-drop.
This game was described by Mary Whitmore Jones.