Rules for Montana | Simply Mac Solitaire
Card Layout: All 52 cards are first dealt onto the tableau in four rows, never displaying any overlapping cards. In other words, every card is face up and visible on the board. The Aces are then discarded leaving four empty spaces.
To Win the Game: You must arrange the cards in ascending order so that each row starts with a 2 and ends with a King, each row being organized by suit and ordered from left to right. Example: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Jack, Queen, King
To Play the Game: Using the empty spaces wisely will help you win this game but it is challenging! Fill a space with a card that is the same suit and one value higher than the card to its left, which will leave a space where the card you just placed was sitting previously. Continue this pattern until you can arrange the rows by suit and in order from 2 to King. If there is a space in the very left column, you can only fill it with a 2. You cannot create a space to the right of a King. In other words, you cannot use the card that is to the right of a King. If you come to an impasse and can not move any more cards, you are allowed to reshuffle all the cards that are left unordered on the board. You are only allowed to reshuffle twice.
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