Rules for La Belle Lucie | Simply Mac Solitaire
Card Layout: Foundations are lined along the right side of the board, four in all and in a vertical fashion. There are 18 tableau piles to the left of the foundations such that there are three rows of five piles and three piles at the bottom. 17 tableau piles contain three cards with only one pile containing one card.
To Win the Game: Place all the cards on the foundations such that each pile is ordered in ascending value by suit starting with an Ace and going up in value until you end with a King.
To Play the Game: Play using the top cards of the tableau piles to play on other tableau piles or the foundations. You must build tableau piles in descending order (decreasing in value) and by suit. You can draw cards that are not top cards and move them to the top of the pile to play (right click for PCs, click+control for Macs) but you can do this only once in the entire game. Note: A card only has one designated location so all you need to do is click on the card and it'll move to the only place available. If there is a space in the tableau, it will only be filled after the cards have been reshuffled. You can choose the reshuffle button when necessary and you can do this only twice. Note: If you already drew a card to move to the top of a pile, you cannot do it again even after you have reshuffled.
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