Busy Aces

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2 Decks.  Medium (65%).  Mostly Luck.



To move all the cards to the foundations.



8 foundation piles (across top) - build up in suit from Ace to King.


12 tableau piles (below foundations on right) - build down in suit.  Only top card available for play.  Empty piles can be filled by any card. At the start of the game 1 card is dealt to each pile.


stock (below foundations, face down on left) - move 1 card to waste by clicking.  No redeals.


waste (below stock) - top card available for play.






 There is no reason to not play cards to the foundation.


The AutoPlay feature will automatically play cards to the foundations, if possible.  This is a big time saving feature in this game.  However, you should be aware that there are situations where there are two possibililities for play on the foundations, since there are two decks.  There may be two 8 of , for example, that could be played on a certain foundation.  The AutoPlay function may not move the same eight to this spot that you might.



Busy Aces is the first game of a family that includes Deuces, Three's Company, and Fours Up.  It is the easiest to win of the family.  First known reference is in 100 Games of Solitaire in 1939 under the name of Courtyard.


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