|•||Forty-five cards dealt in nine tableau piles.|
|•||The number of cards per pile increases from one to nine from left to right.|
|•||The top card of each pile is face up (exposed), the rest are face down (hidden).|
|•||Build exposed cards down in value and alternating suit color.|
|•||The top card of a pile is always available for play on a foundation.|
|•||Exposed cards built down in value and alternating suit color can be moved as a unit if the bottommost card of the pile may be built on top of another pile.|
|•||Whenever the exposed cards of a pile are cleared away, the next card is exposed and becomes available for play.|
|•||A space made by clearing away an entire pile may be filled by only a King (plus the cards, if any, built on the King).|
|•||Turn up cards from the stock one or three at a time (see Variations below) in a discard pile.|
|•||Unused cards in the discard pile are recycled after the stock is depleted.|
|•||Move the eight Aces to the row above the tableau as they are made available.|
|•||Move all the cards to the foundations.|
Use the popup menu (accessible via a right mouse button click) to select either one-card or three-card draw. Once a game is started, the number to draw cannot be altered without starting a new game.
There is no limit on the number of times the stock may be recycled if cards are drawn three at a time. If only one card is drawn from the stock, then the stock may only be recycled once, for a total of two passes through the stock.
Scoring: One point for each card moved to a foundation. Maximum score is 104.
Chance of Winning: 1 in 3 games.