A half-hour assault on the card fortress called Russian Solitaire ended in defeat for the clamshell player. Why? In general, Yukon, on which Russian is based, is a difficult solitaire game in itself. Outwardly, its layout is not similar to others, but there are two possible options in the rules. If in the classic Yukon, the transfer of cards between the columns is carried out according to the principle: junior to senior with alternating suits, then in Russian, junior to senior of the same suit.

This would seem to be a minor difference and served to complicate the disassembly. Judge for yourself, sometimes a player can only make five or six moves and that's it... It seems that Russian solitaire is really impassable, although in theory you can create a layout that fits together. Maybe you'll find it?

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