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This is a timed two-deck Solitaire game where players have 30 minutes to complete 8 suited foundations.
12 cards are dealt to the tableau with 1 card per column and the remaining cards dealt to the reserves.
Each time you create an open space on the tableau a card is automatically dealt to it from the reserves. When you are unable to make any moves you can click on the reserves to deal a card to the bottom of every stack.
Build down by suit on the tableau. Build up by suit on the foundations.
You can only move individual cards or suited sequential descending runs of cards. Cards which are moveable have a brighter color and cards which are not are darker.
As you move cards from a column the new bottom card in that column becomes playable. If you clear a column of cards a card is dealt to it from the reserves until the reserves are empty.
You can move any card or sequential run of cards to an empty column on the tableau.
This game gets its name from the frustrating nature of the card you want being burried under another card, so it is vital to make as many sequential runs as you can whenever possible.
If you see cards in reverse sequential order try to lay them into another column as soon as you can to fix that.
When you get an open column use it strategically to try to create other open columns so that you keep making plays available.
Use Autoplay to Maximize Your Score
When this game starts autoplay to foundations is turned off. Turning that feature on will help ensure you do not miss some moves to the foundation & it will help you complete the game faster, which should help you earn a higher score. The autoplay button is the one that looks like a play button with a triangle on it & when autoplay is turned off there is a line through the triangle.
Along the right side of the screen the level number and remaining play time are shown.
In the top left your current score is displayed with 6 buttons underneath it to: control game music, control game sound, switch to full screen mode, undo moves (which you can use up to 3 times per game), pause the game, and turn autoplay on or off.
The foundations are shown at the top of the screen.
Each card you remove from the tableau is worth 10 points, meaning your maximum card score is 1040 points.
Your remaining time is also worth points, with each second being valued at 10 points.
The key to earning a high score in this game is to finish quickly.