2 Decks. Medium (65%). Mostly Skill.
To move all the cards to the .
|•||8 piles (middle) - build the first 4 piles from Twos to Kings to Aces, build the last 4 piles from Queens to Aces to Kings. |
|•||4 piles (below , on right) - build , wrapping from Ace to King or King to Ace if necessary. Spaces are filled from the . When the is empty, spaces cannot be filled. One card is dealt to each pile at the start of the game.|
|•||3 piles (top) - Top card available for play on the or . 13 cards are dealt to each at the start of the game.|
|•|| (bottom left, face down) - Turn over 1 card at a time to the pile by clicking. No .|
|•|| (next to ) - Top card available for play on the or .|
|•||It is allowed (in fact it is necessary in order to win) to move cards from one pile to another, in particular from Two to Queen and vice versa. |
|•||Play consists of moving cards from the , , and to the , and especially in strategic movement of cards within the to allow more cards to be played there.|
|•||Because Aces and Kings are the last cards played to each (whether they go up or down), these cards require great care in their placement.|
Deuces and Queens is a variation of Aces and Kings. It was invented by Thomas Warfield.
Aces and Kings