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Blind FreeCell is a new game in Pretty Good Solitaire version 17.2. It is a FreeCell type game.
The start of the game is almost identical to FreeCell. There are four cells at the top and four foundation piles. The foundation piles are to be built up in suit from Aces to Kings as usual. The game is won when all the cards are moved here.
Below the cells and foundations are the eight tableau piles. At the start of the game, six cards are dealt to each pile, but only the top card is face up (very different from FreeCell, which has only face up cards). The remaining four cards in the deck are dealt face up to the four cells.
Other than the initial layout being different, the play is the same as FreeCell, except that you uncover cards in the tableau as you get to them. Building in the tableau is down by alternate color, and as in FreeCell you can only move groups of cards in sequence down by alternate color if there are enough empty cells to move them individually.
Because all the cells start the game with cards in them, this means that you cannot move a group of cards until you have created an empty cell.
Blind FreeCell, unlike FreeCell, is not an open game with all cards face up. That means you have less information about where all the cards are, which makes winning more difficult.
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