1 Deck. Medium (65%). Skill.
To move all the cards to the .
|•||4 piles (top) - build from Ace to King.|
|•||18 (below ) - build . Only one card at a time may be moved. Spaces are not filled. At the start of the game 3 cards are dealt face up to each pile (except for the last pile, which just has 1 card). After the 2nd , any one card that is not the top card of its pile may be moved to the top of its pile by right-clicking on the card. This can only be done once (called the "draw").|
|•|| (upper left, no cards) - There are two . After all possible plays have been made, redeal by clicking on the green arrow in the upper left corner. All the cards in the fans are reshuffled. The remain. 2 . |
|•||There are two ways to move cards between , depending on the settings under Rules in the Options menu. If Drag and Drop is set, the cards are dragged with the mouse. If Click is set, clicking on a card in a automatically moves it to the one other that it can move to.|
|•||The name "Three Shuffles and a Draw" comes from the fact that there are 3 shuffles (counting the original starting shuffle plus the 2 , and then a draw, where you can free any one single buried card. This is done by right-clicking on the buried card. It can only be done once.|
Three Shuffles and a Draw is a variation of La Belle Lucie, which is the same game except that it has no draw.
La Belle Lucie
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