Muse is a free online game. A game with a lot of features and amazing gameplay.
Instead of a reserve, this version of King Albert has cells. The game is medium in difficulty, with a 10% chance of winning. It is played with a single deck, and your odds of victory are primarily determined by your talent.
If you enjoy Muse, you should try Classic Solitaire, a traditional solitaire card game.
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4 foundation piles: Build up from Ace to King in the same suit.
9 tableau piles: Alternate color construction. Move groupings of cards if they are in alternate color order and there are enough open cells for the cards to be moved separately. Any available card may be used to fill any open space. To begin the game, one card is dealt face-up to the first pile, two cards to the second pile, and so on.
7 cells: Card storage sites. Each cell can only have one card. The card can be played on the foundations or the tableau. At the start of the game, each pile is dealt one card.
There are four foundation piles.
Any ace in the foundation may be transferred to any vacant pile.
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 Q of spades is a K of spades.
Cards cannot be taken from the foundation after they have been placed.
Seven cells, each containing one card at first
One card can be stored in each cell. Any available card can be played into any available cell. Cell cards can be played back to the tableau or the foundation.
There are nine tableau piles, with one card in the first pile, two cards in the second, three cards in the third, and so on. 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 is of the opposing color. As a result, the cards that may be played on a 4 of hearts would be three of spades or three of clubs.
Cards on the tableau that are not covered by another card can be played onto the foundation, an empty cell, or any other tableau pile.
Any card can fill an empty slot in the tableau.
If the cards are alternately red and black, groups of cards in succession from high to low can be shifted from one tableau column to another.