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Big Bertha Solitaire

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This is a solitaire card game that is played with 2 decks of cards. First, 15 piles of tableau cards are dealt, each pile has 6 cards. The remaining 14 cards are laid out as reserve cards. The aim of the game is to build up 8 foundation piles, each pile is built up from A to Q of the same suit. At any time, the top cards of the tableau piles and any of the reserve cards are available for moving. You can stack cards in the tableau piles from Q to A by alternate colours. When the top cards in a tableau pile are stacked this way, they can be moved together as a group. When a K is available, it can be removed immediately. Empty tableau piles can be filled with any card. The more cards you put in the foundation piles, the higher your rank.
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