Chinese Discipline Solitaire Rules
Chinese Discipline is a variation of Chinese Solitaire. It differs from Chinese Solitaire in that only Kings may be moved to tableau spaces, making it a bit harder to win.
1 Deck. Deal forty-nine cards to the tableau, arranged as seven stacks of seven cards each. The first three stacks are dealt with all cards face up; the fourth has three cards face down and four face up; the fifth has four cards face down and three face up; the sixth has five cards face down and two face up; and the seventh has six cards face down and one face up. The three remaining cards are set aside to form the reserve.
The object of the game is build the four foundation piles up in suit from Ace to King.
Within the tableau, cards are built down by alternating color. Cards may be moved singly or in groups, regardless of sequence or suit. That is, any face-up card in the tableau may be built upon another, no matter how deep it is in a pile. All cards covering it are moved together. When a face-down card is exposed, it is automatically turned face-up, and is available for play. Spaces in the tableau may only be filled by a King.
When you have exhausted all the plays among the tableaus and foundations, click on the reserve pile to deal the three cards to the first three tableaus. (Actually, you can use the stock at any time, even if move moves are available -- it's just not a particularly good idea ...).
The rules to this game are copyright Randy Rasa, and neither the rules nor the game they describe may be reproduced without written permission.
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