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Flower Garden Solitaire

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At the start of the game 6 piles of 6 cards each are dealt to the table and laid out in fans, these are the tableau files and are called the "flower bed", the 6 tableau piles are also collectively called the "flower garden". The remaining 16 cards form 16 reserve cards and are called the "bouquet". The aim of the game is to put all cards to 4 foundation piles, each built up by suit from A to K. Each time you can move the topmost card of a tableau pile or a reserve card to the foundation, or to one of the other tableau piles. The tableau piles are built down regardless of suit, so if the card is one point lower than the topmost card in the tableau pile, you can move the card to that tableau pile. This game requires lots of skill to win and despite it looks quite impossible to win, it is actually quite a winnable game.
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