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Three Blind Mice Solitaire

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At the start of the game, 10 tableau piles are dealt, each with 5 cards. The first 3 cards of the last 3 tableau piles are covered, and these are the three blind mice. The remaining 2 cards are laid out as reserve cards. The aim is to arrange the cards in the tableau piles from K to A of the same suit, when this happens the 13 cards will be removed. Any opened card in the tableau can be moved, and the cards that are on top of that card are all moved as a group. The card can be put on another tableau pile if its top card is of the same suit and is one point higher than the moving card. The 2 reserve cards can also be put on the tableau according to the same rule. An empty tableau pile can only be filled by a K. In order to win you need to move the cards in the last 3 piles so as to uncover the covered cards. The more cards you stacked correctly, the higher your rank.
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