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Congress Solitaire

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This is a solitaire card game that is played with 2 decks of cards. The objective of the game is to move all the cards to 8 foundations in the middle where they are built up from A to K according to suit. To the left and right of the 8 foundation piles are the 8 tableau piles. At the start of the game one card will be dealt to each of the tableau piles. The tableau piles are built down regardless of suits and each time you can only move one card. Empty tableau piles are immediately filled with a card from the stock pile. Consider whether you want the current stock card to move to the tableau pile before making a pile empty. The stock pile can only be dealt once, if you can no longer move, then the game is over. The more cards you move to the foundation piles, the higher your rank.
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