1 Deck. Hard (11%). Mostly Luck.
To move all the cards to the .
|•||4 piles (top right, arranged in a diamond shape) - build from the of first card dealt to the first pile, from King to Ace as necessary, until each pile contains 13 cards. At the start of the game a card is dealt to the first pile (top). The cards for the other three (empty) piles will alternate colors and skip numbers until all four suits are represented. For example, if the first card dealt is the 4 ♦, a black 6 must be played on the left pile, the 8 ♥ played on the bottom pile, and a black 10 of the black suit different from the suit of the 6 played on the right pile. cards may be played in any order (for example, in the above scenario, the 10 ♠/♣ may be played BEFORE the 6 of ♣/♠ or the 8 ♥).|
|•||5 piles (left) - Build down by twos in alternate color (i.e. a 3 ♠ could be played on a 5 ♦, or a Queen ♥ on a Ace ♣), from Ace to King as necessary. Groups of cards may be moved if they are in sequence. Spaces may be filled by any card. At the start of the game 3 cards are dealt to each pile, 2 face down and 1 face up.|
|•|| (top left, face down) - turn over one card at a time to the by clicking. No .|
|•|| (next to ) - top card always available for play on the or .|
Five and Diamond is a variation on Canfield invented by Alex Bove.