After the first acquaintance, laying out the cards and trying to put them together, it may seem that solitaire is some kind of non-solitaire. Judge for yourself, there are 52 cards in the layout, and you only need to add 40. The remaining 12 are neatly arranged on the right in the form of a clock face. The same 40 cards lie in eight columns of 5 each. The columns are divided into 2 groups of 4 at the top and bottom. All cards are open. However, the severity of the rules of shifting will very quickly dispel the idea that Solitaire is an easy game.

What kind of harsh rules are these? First, you can't move bundles (even ordered ones). You can only take the top card of the column (well, this is not news, of course). Secondly, the shift itself is spider-strict: suit to suit, junior rank to senior and nothing else. Don't try to move the eight of clubs to the red nine — it won't work! It will only be shifted to the cross nine. Third, cards that are already stacked on the dial cannot be taken back. You also need to add them there in strict accordance with the suit and rank (but in ascending order). For example, only the eight of diamonds is placed on the seven of diamonds.

So, the task before you is not easy. Put all the cards according to the above rules in 12 cells of the dial and win. Time counts, but it does not limit the game — think slowly, trying not to miss opportunities. In this solitaire game, one missed move can cost the entire game. Good luck!

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