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1 Deck.  Easy (90%).  Mostly Luck.



To move all the cards to the foundations



4 foundation piles (top right) - build up in suit from the rank of first card played to the first pile, wrapping from King to Ace as necessary, until each pile contains 13 cards.


4 tableau piles (below foundations on right) - build down by alternate color, wrapping from Ace to King if necessary.  Move groups of cards if they are in sequence down by alternate color.  Spaces are filled from the reserve if possible, else by any card.  At the start of the game 1 card is dealt to each pile.


stock (top left, face down) - turn over 1 card at a time to the waste, by clicking.  One redeal.


waste (next to stock) - Top card is available for play on the foundations or tableau.


4 reserve piles (left of tableau) - top card available for play on the foundations or tableau.  At the start of the game 3 cards are dealt face up to each pile.






Play begins by selecting an available card and moving it to the leftmost foundation to be the base card of the foundations.



Dutchess is a variation of Canfield invented by Albert H. Morehead and Geoffrey Mott-Smith.


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