Game info: Two-Deck solitaires type; 2 decks (104 cards); no redeal
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- Chance of winning:
High; about 1 in 3; 33.3%
Object of the game:
Move all the cards to the foundations.
Foundations (Eight piles starting with Aces)
Middle step (A row of thirteen cards below the foundations)
Cards are available for play to the foundations.
When a card "steps up" from the middle row to a foundation, the space created is called an "open door". It is the only way by which cards in the Lowest Row can reach the foundations.
Spaces must be filled from the Lowest Row.
No building in the Middle Row.
The "open door" may remain empty while the next three cards are dealt from the stock. It must then be filled.
Lower step (A row of nine cards below the Middle Row)
Build down in alternating colors (for example, a 10 can be played on a Jack).
Only one card at a time can be moved.
Spaces can be filled from the waste.
Waste (One pile)
- The top card is always available for play to the foundations or to the Lowest Row.
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