2 separate decks. Very Easy (98%). Mostly Skill.
To move all the cards to the .
|•||8 piles (top) - build from the of first card moved to the first pile, from King to Ace as necessary, until each pile contains 13 cards. |
|•||10 piles (below ) - build . Only the top card of each pile may be moved. Spaces may be filled by any available card. At the start of the game 5 cards are dealt face up to each pile.|
|•||2 piles (top) - one of the two cards is moved to the first pile to become the base. The other card is then available for play on the or .|
|•|| (bottom left, face down) - the first time through the deck deals 1 card to 5 piles clicking. Each of the 5 cards are available for play on the or . When the next set of 5 cards are dealt, any cards remaining in the 5 piles are moved out of play until the . One . The collects all the unplayed cards from the first deal to form the new . After the , clicking on the deals 1 card to a pile.|
|•|| (next to ) - Before the there are 5 piles, after the there is one. Top card is available for play on the or .|
|•||Double Fives starts with 2 separate decks. The first deck is dealt face up to the (the two extra cards dealt to 2 piles). The other deck is dealt entirely to the .|
Double Fives is an unusual variation of Forty Thieves.