Babette Solitaire is a solitaire card game that uses two decks of playing cards shuffled together.
The main goal of this game is to put one Ace and one King of each suit to become bases for foundations whenever available and built each by suit; Aces are built up while Kings are built down.
This solitaire uses 104 cards. There are 8 reserve columns. One card is dealt to each reserve column at the beggining of the game. Aces are moved to the left four foundations during play. Kings are moved to the right four foundations during play.
You cannot move cards from one reserve pile to another. Reserve cards, that have their lower edge free, can be played on the foundations.
When all the moves initially available to you have been made, click on the stock pile to deal one card onto each reserve column. Gaps created in the reserve by building cards are never filled.
You can move the top card from one foundation pile to another of the same suit when it continues in the correct sequence. Any or all cards can be transferred to another foundation, except for the Ace or King at the bottom.
You have one redeal available. On using the redeal, all reserve columns are gathered up in reverse order.