This game largely depends on your luck when the cards are dealt, but there is also a little requiremnt for skills. At the start of the game 13 cards will be dealt face down to form the tail of the eagle, and then 4 cards will be dealt face up to the each of the left and right side of the tail cards to form the wings, finally a card is dealt face up above the tail cards to form the head and the start of the first foundation pile. The first card in the foundation pile also dictates that all 4 foundation piles should start with this card. The aim of the game is to put all the cards to the foundation piles, where each foundation pile should be built up in suit (wrapping from K to A if necessary). Each time you flip a card from the stock pile to the discard pile, and you can either move a card from the discard pile or from the wings to the foundation piles. If a card in the wings is used up, then a card from the tail should be put to fill in the space immediately. If all the cards in the tail are used up, then you can also fill in empty spaces in the wings by a card from the discard pile. When the stock pile are used up, you can turn over the discard pile to become the stock card and continue playing, you can turn over the discard pile twice in this game. When there are no more moves, the game is over.