1 deck. Easy. No redeal.
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Spoilt Solitaire uses one stripped deck (32 cards). 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of each suit is removed from the deck. 28 cards are dealt face up in 4 rows of seven cards each (not overlapped). The remaining cards form a stock pile. All columns are numbered from 8 to 14.
The object of the game
To move all cards to the piles that correspond to their rank and suit. Each column in the tableau corresponds to the card rank from eight to Ace. The leftmost column is reserved for sevens. Each row corresponds to one of four suits (in any order).
The top card of the stock pile is turned up. Move this card to the pile that matches the rank and suit of this card. This card is automatically moved underneath the pile and the top card of this pile is turned up. Take this new top card and move it to the pile corresponding to its rank. When a seven turns up, it is moved to the leftmost position of the appropriate row. Then the next card is turned up from the stock. Continue this process until all sevens are placed on the leftmost piles.
If the last (4th) seven is turned up before all the other piles are in order, you can turn any other down-cards that are already in their proper places.
There is no redeal.