Black belt winners in the Yukon Solitaire Showdown category take heart. We offer you a new round. Try to make out your favorite solitaire spread out with two decks of cards! Let's note right away that this version is not as harsh as, say, the interpretation of the Yukon called Russian Solitaire, since the rules for moving cards between columns introduce significant easing. However, this did not stop solitaire from being difficult. Here, the right strategy and well-thought-out moves are still at a premium.

Unlike the single-deck version of the Yukon, in the two-deck version, you need to collect not four, but eight piles of cards, because each suit is duplicated. Sorting by suit and rank when assembling stacks is mandatory as always. The easing mentioned above is a relaxation of the requirements for transferring maps and their combinations between sorting columns. In Yukon with two decks, you can only transfer cards to cards with alternating suits. At the same time, the card being moved must be a rank lower than the one you want to put it on. You can also transfer several cards, but please note (!), it doesn't matter what kind of cards they are, as long as the one that the desired pack is taken for meets the above rules.

By introducing such a relaxation in the Yukon, the authors really raised the probability of a successful disassembly of solitaire. Now it converges much more often than under the old, draconian rules. Try it, friends! We hope your solitaire game comes together!

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