Rouge et Noir Solitaire
2 decks. Difficult. No redeal.
Rouge et Noir Solitaire uses two decks (104 cards). You have 10 tableau piles. You have 10 tableau piles with the number of cards per pile decreasing from nine to one from left to right. The top card in each pile is face up. The last tableau pile is left empty.
The object of the game
To move two black and two red Aces to the left four foundation piles and to build them up in color to Kings. To build 4 sequences of 13 cards down by alternating color within the tableau (each running from King to Ace) and then move them to the right four foundations. Two sequences are started with red kings and another two ones are started with black kings.
The top cards of tableau piles and the waste pile are available to play. You may build tableau piles down in sequence and alternating color. One card or group of cards in the proper sequence can be moved from pile to pile. If, during play, any closed cards become the top card of a stack, it is automatically turned over. Empty tableaus may be filled with a King or group of cards headed with a King.
When you have made all the moves initially available, click on the stock pile to deal one card onto each tableau pile.
There is no redeal. This game was invented by Charles Jewell.