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Baker's Dozen Solitaire

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Baker's Dozen is a simple yet interesting card game which involves 13 tableau piles and a deck of standard playing cards. Your goal in the game is to move all cards by suit from A to K to the foundations. When the game starts, 4 empty foundations will appear on the right of the screen. 13 tableau piles are located on the left of the foundations, with 7 piles at the top and 6 piles at the bottom. Then each of the tableau piles will be dealt 4 face-up cards. The 4 Kings will be placed to the bottom of the tableau piles. Cards on the tableau piles are to be built down regardless of suits. Note that only 1 card can be moved each time, and if a tableau pile becomes empty, it cannot be filled. Complete the task as quickly as you can to receive great rewards!
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