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Tabby Cat Solitaire

1 deck. Average. No redeal.

Tabby Cat Solitaire
Tabby Cat Solitaire
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Tabby Cat Solitaire uses 52 cards (1 deck). You have 4 tableau piles with 1 card per pile and 4 foundations. An empty reserve pile called "tail" is placed next to the tableau piles.

The object of the game
To build 4 sequences down regardless of suit within the tableau (each running from King to Ace) and then move them to 4 foundations.

The rules
The top cards of tableau piles are available to play. You may build tableau piles down regardless of suit, wrapping from King to Ace. Groups of cards in sequence may be moved as a unit.

When any tableaus are empty you can fill the space with any card or group of cards.

The reserve ("tail") may contain one card or group of cards. There's no building within the "tail" pile. Only the entire sequence may be movved off the "tail" back to the tableau piles.

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.

Tabby Cat is the easier version of Manx.

This solitaire variation was invented by Rick Holzgrafe. Published with permission.