RULES AND FEATURES
Unlike Klondike Solitaire, the layout of cards in Mary Solitaire can be compared, perhaps, with a flag or pennant, although the goal is similar. You need to arrange 52 cards in 4 base slots in accordance with suits and arrange them by rank. Let us explain the above comparison. The cards on the table are laid out in six columns, each of which has 6 cards, but. In the left column, all cards are open, in the second — only 5 are open, in the third — 4, and so on. In the rightmost (6th) column, only one card is open, all the others are face down. Recall that the term lie open does not mean that they can be taken, just their ranks are visible. But you can only play the top card.
However, look at the layout diagram, and you will immediately understand what is at stake. Let's talk about the rules for disassembling solitaire. The goals are clear: put the cards in 4 packs by suit, sorting by rank from ace to king. Transferring maps between columns is as follows. Be guided by alternating suits and shifting by one in order of seniority. Put a black eight on the red nine, and a red six on the black seven. There is one more, and significant, difference from theKerchief. You can move not only ranked map chains between columns, but also random ones. This indulgence is leveled by a one-time flipping of the rest of the deck.
Yes, friends. The deck is flipped only once, as in a strict Klondike. Therefore, be extremely careful and flip through the deck only when the shifts on the table are no longer possible. Note that due to the limited use of the deck, the convergence of Mary Solitaire is somewhat lower than that of the more compliant game prototypes. We hope you're lucky!
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