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Yukonic Plague is a variation of the classic game Yukon.
At the start of the game, two cards are dealt face down to six tableau piles. Then one card is dealt face up to a seventh tableau pile, then two cards face up to the first of the previous six piles, then three cards to the next, and so on.
There are four foundation piles that are built up in suit from Aces to Kings. The game is won when all cards are moved to the foundation piles.
Finally, 13 cards are dealt face up to a reserve pile, with only the top card visible and usable in play to either the tableau or foundations.
To play, build in the tableau down by alternate color. As in Yukon, move groups of face up cards regardless of any sequence. Spaces in the tableau may be filled by a King or any group of cards headed by a King.
Yukonic Plague plays just like Yukon, except that because so many more cards begin the game out of play, Yukonic Plague is a harder game to win. On the other hand, it is not as hard as Russian Solitaire.
To win Yukonic Plague, you need to uncover the face down cards and get the cards in the reserve into play.
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