Rules for Corner Stone | Simply Mac Solitaire
Card Layout: In the middle of the playing area you will find the foundation stacks: two columns of four piles each: one column will have Aces of different suits and to the right, the other middle column with Kings of different suits. 12 stacks surround the foundation area, with a column of four piles next to each foundation column, and one stack on each corner of the whole tableau. These corner piles are called "corner stones." You will be playing with 2 decks of cards totalling 104 cards.
To Win the Game: You must lay four, same suit sequences in ascending order on the Aces and four, same suit sequences in descending order on the Kings in the two columns of the foundation area.
To Play the Game: You are allowed to move playable cards to the foundation piles only if they are directly next to the foundation pile. However, the corner stone cards can be moved to any pile on the foundation.
If you have an empty corner stone pile, a card from the playable columns, just next to each foundation column, can be moved to a corner stone pile. However, you can not move a corner stone card to an empty playable pile. It will simply be left empty. You can move cards between tableau piles if they are one more or one less in rank, in any suit.
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