Guard of Honour Solitaire is another variant of the solitaire card game. The game is really interesting and fun to play. It is a quite difficult game to win. Chances of winning this game are about 1 in 10. So, don’t get your hopes of winning all the time when playing this game.
The main objective of this game is to build the foundations up in suit from the selected rank until each pile contains thirteen cards.
This game uses 2 decks of cards(104 cards). There are 9 tableau piles and 8 foundations available to you. There are also 13 cards available in reserves pile.
At the beginning of the game, a row of 3 cards is dealt face up to the first 3 piles. In order to begin the game, you have to choose the rank of your foundations.
To do this just place your selected card on any foundation pile. The 7 other cards of the same rank are moved to the Foundations as they become available. The rest of the tableaus are dealt after the chosen card is moved to the foundation pile.
You can build the tableau piles according to sequence and alternating colour. The card which is present on the top of tableau piles and the waste pile are available to play on foundations or tableau piles. One card or group of cards in the proper sequence can be moved from pile to pile.
When any tableaus are empty you can fill the space with any card or group of cards. The card which is present on the top of the reserve pile available for play on the foundations only. It cannot be moved to tableaus. There is only one redeal available to you.