Curds and Whey Solitaire is a solitaire card game which uses a deck of 52 playing cards. This game was invented by David Parlett, this game belongs to the family of solitaire games that includes Spider and Scorpion.

The main objective of this game is to build 4 sequences down in suit within the tableau each running from King to Ace.

Cards Layout

The cards are dealt into 13 columns of four cards each. There are no foundations in this game.


The top card which is present at the top of each pile is available for the play. You can build tableau down in the suit or in the same rank, ending at Ace.

Groups of cards either in sequence downwards in the suit or of the same rank may be moved as a unit, provided that where they join it follows either rule.

But the moved group cannot contain both descending suit sequence and cards of the same rank. You cannot build a King on an Ace. Empty tableaus can be filled with a King or group of cards headed with a King. There is no redeal available.

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