Rules for Chameleon | Simply Mac Solitaire
Card Layout: Upper left: a stock pile with its waste pile to the right. To their right are four foundation piles. Under the foundation are 3 stacks in the tableau. A reserve pile is situated on the bottom left with an initial 12 cards dealt to the reserve pile. One card is also dealt to the first, very left foundation pile. This is to determine the starting rank. The remaining cards become part of the stock pile.
To Win the Game: All cards must fit onto the four foundation piles, by suit and in ascending order. Each pile must contain the ascending 13 cards starting with the starting rank, the card that was initially dealt, and continuing in circular sequence.
To Play the Game: Build cards on the tableau in descending numerical order (decreasing in value) using any suit cards with each other. Groups of face up cards (in sequence) on a tableau pile may be moved as a group to another pile.
If you have an empty pile, a card from the reserve pile will automatically fill that spot. If you come to an impasse, draw from the stock pile.
If you come to an impass and cannot move any cards, draw from the stock pile until you run out of stock cards.
You do not necessarily have to build your descending stacks on the tableau before moving them to the foundation.
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