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This game uses 2 decks of cards with the goal of creating 8 ascending suited foundations which start from the Aces and work their way up to the Kings.
The tableau contains 10 columns of 3 cards each. The card at the bottom of each stack is face down while the other two are face up.
The remaining 74 cards are in the reserve, which is dealt one card per time.
In this game the reserve stock is turned one card at a time, however you can only shuffle through the stock set once. After you play the card atop the stock stack you can play the next card which was underneath it.
On the tableau you can build down though you must not repeat suit while doing so.
When moving cards across tableau columns you can only move one card at a time.
Cards which can be moved to the foundations are automatically moved. When a card is on a foundation it can not be brought back into the tableau.
Each card you place on a foundation is worth 50 points, for a maximum base score of 5,200.
You also earn 10 points per each second you have remaining when the game ends.
The right column of the game shows the remaining time, score, how many undo moves you have remaining, a play or pause button, a fullscreen option button, and sound and music control buttons.
You can undo moves up to 3 times in this game.
The two big distinguishing features of this game are you can only move 1 card at a time on the tableau and you must not repeat suit. With that in mind, you should try to create 1 or 2 open columns on the tableau as soon as you possibly can as that gives you flexibility when reorganizing other columns on the tableau.
Invariably you will pass over cards you need to play in the reserves. Your goal is to uncover all the tableau columns as quickly as you can and then keep rebuilding them to be as complete as you can in order to have other empty columns to allow you to resort through cards.