Forty Thieves Solitaire
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About Forty Thieves Solitaire
Forty Thieves Solitaire is a very interesting and well-liked card game that uses two 52-card standard playing card decks. It takes strong problem-solving abilities to master Forty Thieves Solitaire, which is a challenging game to win. Additionally, it serves as the foundation for various variations, the majority of which make the game simpler to win, such as Josephine Solitaire.
How to play
- Forty Thieves Solitaire uses two decks of normal playing cards totaling 104 cards
- Each of the 10 columns in the Tableau receives a pile of 4 face-up cards as the game begins. The Stock receives the 64 cards that are left.
- Besides, one crucial aspect of this card game is that a player may never move more than one card at once. However, the player is permitted to move descending suited runs of any length inside the Tableau in the variation known as Josephine Solitaire. The two games are identical save for that.
- Moreover, other than from the Stock, no card may ever be moved to the waste. This can be done at any time throughout the game at the player's option.
- Furthermore, in this game, a card may be inserted from the Waste, a foundation, or the bottom of another Tableau pile and then placed at the bottom of that pile. Every time a card is moved, the target card must be both of the same suit and next in rank. Any card from the same sources may be placed in a column that is empty by moving it there.