2 Decks. Easy (90%). Mostly Skill.
To move all the cards to the .
|•||8 piles (middle) - build from the of first card moved to the first pile, from King to Ace as necessary, until each pile contains 13 cards. |
|•||9 piles (below ) - build . Only the top card of each pile may be moved. Spaces may be filled by any card not from the . At the start of the game 1 card is dealt face up to the first 4 piles. One of these cards is selected to be the card by moving it to the first pile. After a card is so moved 1 card is dealt face up to the remaining empty piles.|
|•|| (top) - top card is available for play on the only. At the start of the game 11 cards are dealt here.|
|•|| (top left, face down) - turn over cards 1 at a time to the by clicking. No , except that when the is empty the may be turned over to form a new by clicking on the empty . Cards may then then be played to the or until an unplayable card is reached (which ends the game).|
|•|| (next to ) - top card is available for play on the or .|
Queen of Italy is a variation of Terrace. There are two differences between Queen of Italy and Terrace which make Queen of Italy an easier game. In Queen of Italy any card may be played to an empty pile, and cards may be moved from the back to the . These changes make it possible to win Queen of Italy most of the time.