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Kansas SoliTaire!

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Kansas SoliTaire! Rules:

Goal

Move all cards to the eight Foundation piles from Ace to King in the same suit.

The Deal

Using two decks, one card is dealt to each of the eight Columns. The remaining cards form the Stock.

Foundations

The eight Foundations are built IN SUIT (Four are built up and four down.)

Four of the Foundations are built from Ace to King. For example, a 2 of Clubs can be placed on an Ace of Clubs, then a 3 of Clubs, then a 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, J, Q, up to the K of Clubs.

The other four Foundations are built from King to Ace. For example, a Q of Spades can be placed on a King of Spades, then a J of Spades, then a 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, and then Ace of Spades.

Columns

Columns are built DOWN in the SAME SUIT. For example, a 6 of clubs may only be placed onto a 7 of clubs.

Any number of face up cards may be moved whether in sequence or not provided the above build rule is applied.

Empty Columns may be filled with any card(s).

Stock

Each click on the Stock will deal one card to each Column.

Game Notes

Kansas is a SoliTaireNetwork.com original and was created by Warren Schwader.

It is believed that every hand is winnable but takes extensive work to win. The game makes an especially good challenge based on how fast you can solve the hand.

Similar games include: Scorpion, Yukon, Spider