## RULES AND FEATURES

This solitaire game is a vivid example of multi-step logic, or rather, it is extremely important to think through the moves not one or two steps ahead, but 10-20! Can you imagine?! Yes, otherwise you will have to rewind the disassembly steps. The task is to put all the cards in the center, where at the very beginning there is only the ace of spades.

The rules here are simple. You can't move cards from stack to stack. You can only draw the topmost card of any stack to place it in the center. Cards are placed in the central stack in ascending order: a deuce is placed on the ace, a three is placed on it, then a four, a five, and so on. An ace should be placed on the king again. You can't take any seats that have been vacated in place of the former stacks. When folding cards in the center, the suit does not matter.

So, as you can see, in the Black Hole there is only one difficulty in disassembling: how deeply you can calculate the game ahead. After all, if you do not do this, then a situation will quickly arise when there will be nothing to put in the center.