Acey and Kingsley are free to play online. A game with a lot of features and amazing gameplay.
A variant of Aces and Kings in which an ace or a king is dealt to each foundation. The game is difficult, with a 5% chance of winning. It is played with two decks, and your odds of victory are primarily determined by your talent.
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8 foundation piles (middle) - construct the first four piles from Ace to King up, regardless of suit, and the final four piles from Kings to Aces down, regardless of suit. At the start of the game, four Aces and four Kings are dealt.
4 tableau piles (below foundations, on the right) - card storage. Each pile may only have one card. Stock is used to fill empty spaces. When the stock is depleted, any card can fill the void. At the start of the game, one card is dealt to each pile.
2 reserve piles (top) - The top card can be played on the foundations. At the start of the game, each reserve is given 13 cards.
(bottom left, face down) Stock By clicking, turn over 1 card at a time to the garbage pile. There are no redeals.
Top card available for play on the foundations or tableau (next to stock).
Foundation piles are classified into two types.
The Ace Foundation
The ace foundation consists of four piles, each of which is given an ace at the start. A card may be added to an ace foundation pile if it is one higher than the pile's previous top card and is of any suit. As a result, the only card that might be played on a 6 is a 7. There can be no more than 13 cards in a pile.
The King Foundation
The king foundation is made up of four piles, and each pile is handed a king at the start. A card of any suit may be added to a king foundation pile if it is one lower than the pile's previous top card. As a result, the only card that might be played on a 5 is a 4. There can be no more than 13 cards in a pile.
Cards may be removed from any foundation.
There are two reserves, each with thirteen cards at first. Every card is dealt face up. There are no cards that can be moved into the reserves. Each reserve's top card can be played to any empty tableau pile or the foundation.
There are four tableau piles of one card each. Every card is dealt face up.
On the tableau, no construction is authorized.
The tableau cards can be played onto the foundation or any empty tableau pile.
Empty tableau spots are immediately filled with a card from the stock. If the stock is empty, any card may be used to fill the tableau's empty places.
Only one card may be moved at a time; sequences are not permitted.
There is one garbage pile and the remaining cards comprise the stock.
When you click on the stock, one card from the stock is dealt to the garbage. There can only be one trip through the stock.
The top waste card can be played to any empty tableau pile or the foundation.