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Half Moon Solitaire

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This game is played with 2 decks of cards. At the start of the game 96 cards are dealt into 12 tableau piles. The tableau piles are placed like an arc, and only the top card of each tableau pile can be seen. The remaining 8 cards form 8 reserve cards, and are placed at the opening of the arc, thus the layout of the cards resemble a half moon. The aim of the game is to find pairs of cards that sum to 11, and then remove them. The triplet J, Q, K can also be matched for removal. Note that you are allowed to move the top card of a tableau away to reveal the card underneath, use this information to decide which cards to match. The more cards you remove, the higher your rank.
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