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About Wheatsheaf Solitaire



Screen shot of the game Wheatsheaf from Pretty Good Solitaire.

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Wheatsheaf is a two deck variation of the game Congress.

How to Play

There are eight foundation piles. The leftmost four piles are built up in suit from Ace to King, the rightmost four piles are built down in suit from King to Ace. The object of the game is to move all of the cards here.

There are eight tableau piles. These are built up or down by suit. Spaces are filled from the waste. At the start of the game one card is dealt to each pile.

The remainder of the cards form a stock. Clicking on the stock will move one card at a time to the waste. The top card of the waste pile is available for play on the foundations and tableau. There are no redeals.

Wheatsheaf is a typical Forty Thieves type game, but it is difficult to win. The average player only wins about seven percent of the time.

Variations of Wheatsheaf

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