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THE PACK

Solitaire card games are usually played with the standard 52-card packs.

OBJECTIVE OF SOLITAIRE GAME

The objective of Solitaire is to release and play the cards into a certain position to build up each foundation in correct sequence and order, starting from ace through the king. A person wins the online card game when the whole pack is built onto the foundations.

RANKS OF THE CARDS

The ranks of the cards are in the following manner: (Highest -> Lowest)

K (high), Q, J, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, A (low)

TYPES OF PILES

  1. The Tableau:
    It consists of 7 piles that make up the main table
  2. The Foundations:
    “It consists of four piles on which a whole suit or sequence must be built up in the correct order. The foundation piles are hearts, diamonds, spades, and clubs.
  3. The Stock Pile:
    When the entire pack is not laid out in a tableau at the start of the game, the remaining cards form “The Stock Pile”.
  4. The Talon/Waste Pile:
    The Cards from the stock pile that have no place in the tableau or on the foundations are placed face up in the waste pile.

THE GAMEPLAY

The goal is to move all the cards to their foundations and to do that, you will have to move all the cards over one another by following these steps:

Moving cards on the tableau:

All the black cards go over the red cards and vice-versa. Furthermore, the smaller cards go over the bigger ones. e.g You can put a “Red 5” over “Black 6”.

The cards on the foundations:

All the cards on the foundations should be in proper order and of the same suit starting from Ace. e.g A, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, J, Q, K (Hearts, Spades, Diamonds or Clubs)

Empty Tableau:

If any of the tableau piles are empty then you can move a king over to the empty tableau.

Stock:

You can open new cards from the Stock.

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