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Simplicity Solitaire

Simplicity is played with 1 deck of playing cards. It contains twelve cards dealt into two rows of six. The thirteenth card deal becomes the base of the first formation. Also, building in the tableau is down by alternating colors.

The card in the top left corner of the layout becomes the first foundation. Called the starting card or base card, it changes relating to any shuffle.

The other three corners are the remaining foundations. Cards of the same rank as the first foundation need to be placed there.

Foundations (4 piles: complete these piles to win the game)
Build up in suit (for example, a 5 can be played on a 4 ) from the base card to the rank just below the base card until each pile contains 13 cards.
Ranking of cards is continuous: build Aces after Kings when necessary.

Tableau (12 piles)
Build down in alternating colors (for example, a 10 can be played on a Jack ).
Ranking of cards is continuous: build Kings after Aces when necessary.
The top card of each pile is available for play to the foundations or to the tableau.
Only one card at a time can be moved.
Spaces may be filled with any available card.

Stock
Turn cards up one at a time from the stock to the waste by clicking.
There is no redeal.

Waste (1 pile)
The top card is available for play to the foundations or to the tableau.