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Australian Patience

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Australian Patience

Australian Patience is a solitaire game using one deck of playing cards. This game is a challenging combination of Klondike and Scorpion. The object of the game is to move all of the cards to the Foundations.

Contents

Layout

Australian Patience has four Foundations build up in suit from Ace to King.

Here is an example: A♣, 2♣, 3♣, 4♣...

The Tableau is filled with seven piles containing four cards each. These piles build down in suit.

Here is an example: 8, 7, 6, 5...

Rules

Like Yukon, any face-up card can be moved, but all the unrelated cards on top of it will be moved also. Only a King (with or without a pile) can be moved to an empty space. Only one card is turned up at a time from the Deck, and these cards can be played onto the Tableau Piles or the Foundations. Australian Patience only allows one pass through the deck.

References

Australian Patience Wikipedia


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