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Kiev is a variation of Ukrainian Solitaire.
The game begins with seven tableau piles. Three cards are dealt face down to each pile, then three cards are dealt face up to each pile. The remainder of the cards form a stock.
There are four foundation piles. The object is to create sequences from King down to Ace in suit in the tableau and then move the entire 13 card sequence as a unit and drop it on one of the foundation piles. When all four suit sequences are formed and dropped onto the foundation piles, the game is won.
The tableau is built down by suit. You can move any group of cards as a unit, just as in Yukon, so all face up cards are available for moving. Empty tableau spaces can be filled with any card.
When all possible moves have been made, click on the face down stock to deal one card to each tableau pile.
Try to build in suit sequences until you create a full 13 card sequence. When you create a full 13 card sequence, drag it onto one of the foundation piles. This gets the cards out of the tableau and possibly opens another tableau pile.
Kiev is a difficult game. Really good players can win 30-40% of the time, but 10% is more likely.
Kiev is one of the 850 games in Pretty Good Solitaire.
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