Rules for Double Yukon

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Double Yukon is a two-deck version of Yukon. Other similar games in Solitaire Plus include Russian Solitaire.






Fifty-five cards dealt in ten tableau piles.
The number of cards per pile increases from one to ten from left to right.
The top card of each pile is face up (exposed), the rest are face down (hidden).
Four additional cards are dealt to the first (leftmost) tableau pile.
Starting with the second tableau pile, an additional five cards are dealt face up to each.




Any exposed card, regardless of its position in the tableau, may be built down in value and alternating suit color on the top card of another pile.
The top card of a pile is always available for play on a foundation.
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, covering the King).




Move the eight Aces to the row above the tableau as they are made available.
Build the foundations in ascending suit sequence from Ace to King.


To Win


Move all the cards to the foundations.


Scoring: One point for each card moved to a foundation. Maximum score is 104.


Chance of Winning: 4 in 5 games.


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