Parliament Solitaire is another variant of the solitaire card game. The game is really interesting and fun to play. Chances of winning this game are about 3 in 5. This game takes some thought, skill, and strategy, which means it should never have been named after a governing body. But for those who are daring enough to give it a go, they should give it a try.
The main objective of this game is to build the foundations up in the suit to Kings.
This game uses 2 decks of cards (104 cards). There are 8 tableau piles with one card in each pile and 9 foundations.
At the start of the game aces are moved to foundations.
The card which is present on the top of tableau piles and the waste pile are available to play. No matter what the suit is you can build tableau piles down. Only one card at a time can be moved from pile to pile. Spaces are automatically filled from the waste or stock piles.
When all the moves which are initially available to you have been made, start turning over cards from the stock pile to the waste pile. There is no redeal available to users.