Bisley Solitaire is one of the few one-deck solitaire games that allows player to choose which foundation a card should be moved to. Your goal is to move all cards to the foundations. When the game starts, 8 foundations are located at the top of the screen. The 4 foundations on the left are to be built up by suit starting from A, while the 4 foundations on the right are to be built down by suit starting from K. The 4 Aces will be dealt to the Ace foundations, while the King foundations will be left empty. Under the foundations are two rows of tableau piles, the first row has 7 piles, and the second row has 6 piles. Each of the 4 piles on the left side of the first row will be dealt 3 face-up cards, and each of the remaining piles will be dealt 4 face-up cards. You can determine the number of cards to be placed on the Ace and King foundations, for example, the Ace foundation of spades can be built up to the 4 of spades, while the King foundation of spades can be built down to the 5 of spades. If a card can be placed on both of the foundations of the same suit, you can choose either one of them. Cards on the tableau piles can be built up or down by suit. Only 1 card can be moved each time. If a tableau pile becomes empty, you will not be able to move a card onto it. Seize the opportunity to build the foundations according to your plan as they can meet anywhere!