Fours Up is a free online game. A game with a lot of features and amazing gameplay.
This game was devised by Thomas Warfield as a continuation of the series that began with the classic games Busy Aces and Deuces. The number of tableau piles is lowered once again, but we may now construct regardless of suit, making the game easier. The game is medium in difficulty, with a 45% chance of winning. It is played with two decks, and your odds of victory are primarily determined by your skill and luck.
If you enjoy Fours Up, try Spider Solitaire, a classic solitaire card game.
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8 foundation piles (in box to the right) - build up in suit from Fours to King, wrapping to Ace, Two, Three. The Fours are dealt to each pile at the start of the game.
6 tableau piles (across the top, left) - construct down in any suit, wrapping from Ace to King as needed. Groups of cards may be shifted if they are in a suit order, wrapping from Ace to King as needed. Any card or legal collection of cards can fill a slot. At the start of the game, each pile is dealt one card face up.
Stock (bottom, face down on left) - click to transfer 1 card to garbage. There are no redeals.
Top card available for play on the foundations or tableau (apart from stock).
There are eight foundation piles.
Each foundation pile is allocated a four at the start.
A card may be added to a foundation pile if it is one higher than the pile's previous top card and is of the same suit. As a result, the only card that might be played on a J of clubs is a Q of clubs. There can be no more than 13 cards in a pile.
Cards cannot be taken from the foundation after they have been placed.
Six tableau piles, each with one card, are fanned downward. Every card is dealt face up.
A card may be added to a tableau pile if it is one lower than the pile's previous top card and of any suit. As a result, the card that may be played on a ten is a nine of any suit.
Cards on the tableau that are not covered by another card are free to be played onto the foundation or any other tableau pile.
Any card can fill an empty slot in the tableau.
Regardless of their suits, groups of cards in succession down may be transferred from one tableau column to another.
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 card of the trash can be played to the tableau or foundation.