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Rules of Solitaire Blind Alleys


Klondike type. 1 decks. One redeal.

Object of the game
Move all the cards to the Foundations. The cards are built up by suit.

Rules of the game

Playing piles can be built down by alternate color. Any card or sequence can be put in an empty pile.
When you click on the Talon, a card turns over and moves to the Waste stack. You can move cards from Talon to the Waste pile scores of times.

One can also move the cards from the Foundations to the playing pile.
In this game one can also use double-click or a right mouse click to move a card or a sequence of cards automatically.



Rules of Solitaire Bristol


Fan game type. 1 deck. No redeal.

Object of the game
Move all the cards to the Foundations.

Rules of the game

Playing piles can be built down ignoring suit.One can move only one card at a move.Only a King can be put in an empty pile.

When you click on the Talon, three cards turns over and moves to the reseve piles.



Rules of Solitaire Baker's Game


FreeCell type. 1 deck. No redeal.

Object of the game
Move all the cards to the Foundations.

Rules of the game

All the cards are dealt around at the beginning of the game. The piles are built down by suit. One can place any card or sequence in the empty pile. There are four supplementary piles that may contain any card but only one.
A number of cards that one can move as the sequence depends upon the number of empty piles. If there are no empty piles, one can move only one card at a move.



Rules of Solitaire Canfield


Canfield type. 1 deck. Unlimited redeals.

Object of the game
Move all the cards to the Foundations.

Rules of the game

The game is played with one deck. The object is to build up by suit all four piles of the Foundations at the top beginning with the card dealt there.
Red cards may be put only on black cards, and black only on red. Only the next card of a lower rank may be played, so that the stacks are in descending sequence except when the previous card is an Ace, in which only the King may be played. You may not move parts of a sequence except the top card. Empty piles in the Tableau are fill from the Reserve (the pile below the Talon) until it is exhausted. When the Reserve is exhausted, the empty piles can be filled with any card. When there are no more possible moves, click on the Talon. Three cards will be moved from the Talon to the Waste pile directly to its right.



Rules of Solitaire Milligan Harp


Yukon type. 2 decks. No redeal.

Object of the game
Move all the cards to the Foundations.

Rules of the game

Cards in Tableau are built down by alternate color. Groups of cards can be moved regardless of sequence. An empty space can be filled with any card or sequence.

Foundations are built up in suit from Ace to King. Cards in Foundations are no longer in play.

When no more moves are possible, click on the Talon. One card will be added to each of the playing piles.



Rules of Solitaire Castles in Spain


Baker's Dozen type. 1 deck. No redeal.

Object of the game
Move all the cards to the Foundations.

Rules of the game

The piles are built down by alternate color. Only one card can be moved at a time.

Empty piles can be filled with any card.



Rules of Solitaire Canfield


Canfield type. 1 deck. No redeal.

Object of the game
Move all the cards to the Foundations.

Rules of the game

The game is played with one deck. The object is to build up by suit all four piles of the Foundations at the top beginning with the card dealt there.

Only the next card of a lower rank may be played, so that the stacks are in descending sequence except when the previous card is an Ace, in which only the King may be played. You may not move parts of a sequence except the top card.

Empty piles in the Tableau will be filled automatically from the Reserve (the pile below the Talon) until it is exhausted. When the Reserve is exhausted, the empty piles can be filled with any card. When there are no more possible moves, click on the Talon. One card will be moved from the Talon to the Waste pile directly to its right.



Rules of Solitaire Chessboard


Beleaguered Castle type. 1 deck. No redeal.

Object of the game
Move all the cards to the Foundations.

Rules of the game

Foundation piles are built up by suit. An Ace is put on to a King.The first card placed in the Foundation pile defines the base card for consequence to be built.
Ten piles can be built up or down by suit. An Ace can be put on to a King and a King can be put on to an Ace.br>Only one card can be moved at a move. Any card can be placed in an empty pile.



Rules of Solitaire Citadel


Beleaguered Castle type. 1 deck. No redeal.

Object of the game
Move all the cards to the Foundations.

Rules of the game

The game begins with four Aces placed in the Foundations pile and matching cards are moved to the Foundation during initial dealing.

The piles are built down regardless of suit. Only one card can be moved at a move.

An empty pile can be filled with any card.



Rules of Solitaire Congress


Forty Thieves type. 2 decks. No redeal.

Object of the game
Move all the cards to the Foundations.

Rules of the game

Forty cards are dealt into eight piles. These piles are built down regardless of suit. Only top card is in play. Empty spaces can be filled automatically from the Waste or Talon.



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