This month we have added to SolSuite Solitaire an old classic solitaire game, of British origin, described in the book, Games of Patience by Tarbart, published in 1905.
The purpose of this game is to move all the cards to the Foundations, by building up regardless of suit from the base card to the rank just below the corresponding indicator card, until each pile contains twelve cards.
On the middle of the layout, you will see eight cards, These are the "Indicator" cards and take no active part in the game.
The third row, at the bottom, is the Tableau which consists of 8 piles with 12 cards each. The top card of each pile can be played to the Foundations only.
When there are no more moves, click on the "Redeal" button.
The cards in the first Tableau pile are dealt, one by one, to each of the other Tableau piles in succession.
If the play is blocked again, the cards in the second Tableau pile are dealt, one by one, to the remaining Tableau piles, then the third, and so on.
💥Game time: Medium; 5-10 minutes
💥Difficulty level: Easy
💥Skill level: Moderate
💥Chance of winning: Low; about 1 in 20; 5%
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