This solitaire game uses 52 cards (one deck).

10 play piles of 5 cards in each pile are laid out. There is a place for 4 reserve and 4 foundation stacks. The two remaining cards are laid out in 2 reserve piles. Aces are moved to the foundation row during the game as they come out of the deck.

The goal of the game is to collect all the cards in suit from the aces in ascending order.


The game cards are the bottom face up cards in the columns and the cards in the reserve piles. If there are aces and subsequent cards among the playing cards of the initial solitaire layout, they are moved to the main row. After that, you can move cards from column to column to free aces and other cards suitable for moving to the main row.

You can shift only one card in descending order in a suit at a time. If among the playing cards of the columns there are cards that interfere with further solving, they can be moved to the reserve piles. The reserve pile can contain no more than one card. Cards from the reserve piles can be moved to one of the columns or the main row at any time when they are valid.

Only a king can be placed on an empty column.

Solitaire is played in one round. This solitaire game was invented by Art Cabral.