Patriarch Solitaire is difficult to compare with other residents of the Solitaire section, but there are still elements in the layout and disassembly of cards that are similar to other games. Well, for example, take the base slots (bases). There is a clear analogy with the well-known solitaire game Crescent Moon. Four Aces and four kings — that's what you'll see in the bases at the start. The task of Patriarch Solitaire is also similar to the aforementioned game. All cards must be placed on the base in strict accordance with the suits.

The bases are arranged vertically in two columns on the left and right. In the left column (where there are aces), cards should be stacked in ascending order of rank (2, 3, 4, and so on up to the king). To the right-in descending order (queen, jack, 10, etc. up to ace). The cardinal difference from other solitaire games is the complete lack of opportunities for shifting cards. There are 9 slots on the game table, each of which can occupy only one card at a time. All the others will have to be obtained by flipping through the deck.

You can only scroll through it twice. This, believe me, is not enough for a successful disassembly of solitaire. It all depends more on the position of the cards in the deck, and it is, as you know, random. No, of course, logic will still have to be applied, the Patriarch will not give up to the banal monotonous search of cards. The specifics of this solitaire challenge your memory and attention. The position on the table and the top cards on the bases will have to be constantly kept in mind, which is not easy.

There are a couple of indulgences on the part of the authors. First, the outgoing card of any of the 9 cells on the table is immediately occupied by another card from the deck. This happens automatically, without your participation. Secondly, the undo button will always come to your aid, without restrictions! These options allow you to disassemble solitaire, although with a significant waste of time. The process will also require a fair amount of diligence and perseverance. Good luck!

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