Rules for Baker's Game | Simply Mac Solitaire
Card Layout: All 52 cards are dealt onto eight piles on the tableau, four free cells are at the top upper left and 4 foundation spaces at the top upper right.
To Win the Game: All cards must be moved to the foundations according to suit and in descending order, i.e., Ace, King, Queen, Jack, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2.
To Play the Game: Use the top cards from the tableau to play. You can build tableau piles in descending order using alternating suit color. If there are free cells, you may use them (one card only per space), then pick from them to use at a later moment but please try to keep the free cells open as much as you can because that will only help you in the long run. You may fill any space with cards from the tableau or a card from the free cell area. Move aces to the top right foundation slots as they are made available, then build down from that point. This game is nearly identical to free cell with the exception of the fact that you build the cards in descending order. This difference makes Baker's Game slightly more difficult.
Get Simply Solitaire Now