What associations do you have when reading the name of this game? We are talking about cards, of course, and not just about ladies. Let's explain. Blondes and brunettes — in a standard card deck, exactly half of both are used. All reds (cards of diamonds and hearts) are called blondes here, and all blacks (spades and crosses) are called brunettes.

The main idea when folding this solitaire game is to alternate cards, or rather suits. Both when rearranging in sorting columns and when stacking cards on bases , you must alternate suits: red on black, black on red, and so on. Now let's understand the layout form, terms, and ultimate goal of solitaire.

The initial layout is simple, but unlike any other solitaire game. A total of nine cards are laid out to form sorting columns in the bottom row. They are placed openly. Above the sorting row is a row of bases. It consists of eight slots. All of them are marked with the same rank, selected by the program at random. It is in this row that the player must put all the cards together. Actually, this is the goal of the game.

Above the row of bases is an auxiliary block of 10 cards (top right). In it, the cards are also open. To the left of this block, a closed stack contains the rest of the deck and a slot for flipping through it. It immediately opens one card after the handover.

The number of bases (remember, there are 8 of them) indicates that solitaire is laid out of 104 cards (2 standard decks). Before proceeding with the build, let's look at its rules using an example. Let's assume that the bases are marked with a nine. This means that the first cards that you need to put there will be all nines: one in each slot. Further, when assembling, you should follow the rules of alternation and increasing seniority: you can put only a red ten on the black nine, which, in turn, will only contain a black jack. Only the red ace can be placed on the black king, and only the black deuce can be placed on it.

The previous paragraph dealt with base slots. The situation is different with sorting columns. This is where the cards are stored temporarily. The player puts them on top of each other, trying to save the cards in the clear and quickly transfer them to the bases. The shift in this row is reversed. The principle of alternating suits is preserved, but the order changes to decreasing. That is, on the seven-brunette, you can put only a six-blonde, which will fall only on the black four. Note that transferring multiple maps between columns (as in Headscarves, for example) is prohibited.

Don't forget to keep an eye on the extra block (remember, 10 cards at the top right). Although you can only draw the top (rightmost) card from it, it sometimes helps out. And then, all the cards from it one way or another will also have to be shifted to the base.

If there are no options for shifting on the table — scroll through the deck in search of a suitable card. But keep in mind that it is scrolled only once, and there will be no second round! Therefore, try to carefully study the possibilities for shifting after each new card is opened.

Briefly. Starting cards are automatically dragged to their bases, at least if you have opened them while flipping through the deck. When sorting, use the pointer to drag the cards around. But you can put them in the base with a double click (tap). You can also use a double click to easily detect whether the map can be moved to the base.

Let's give you some final advice. Keep in mind the extra block on the top right! When opening a new map or moving it, be sure to check whether it can be reduced. Successful layouts!

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