The goal is to move all cards to the four foundations on the upper right.
Click the stock (on the upper left) to turn over cards onto the waste pile.
Drag cards to move them between the waste pile, the seven tableau columns (at the bottom), and the four foundations. You can also double-click cards instead of dragging them to a foundation.
You may move single cards or piles of cards within the tableau. You may only move cards off the waste pile, but you may onto and off the foundations.
Any time you expose a face-down card in a tableau column, that card is automatically turned face-up for you.
Cards on the foundations need to be stacked by the same suit from Ace to King.
Cards on the tableau need to be stacked by alternating color from high rank (King) to low rank (Ace). Empty spots on the tableau can be filled with a King of any suit.
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