Putt Putt Solitaire Rules
Putt Putt is the same as Golf Solitaire except that you can wrap around from Ace to King as necessary, whereas in Golf, the King is a stopper.
Number of Decks: 1 (52 cards)
Alternate Names: Hole In One
Initial Layout: Begin by dealing 35 cards to the tableau, as seven piles of five cards each, spread out vertically so that all cards are visible. There is a single foundation pile beneath the tableau, and one card is dealt to it to begin the game. The remaining cards form the stock, and are held in a single face-down pile next to the foundation.
Object: The object of the game is to move all of the cards from the tableau to the foundation.
Play: The foundation may be built up or down regardless of suit. Only the top card of each tableau pile is available for play. Ranking is continuous from Ace to King (e.g 2-A-K-Q).
When you're unable to make any more moves, turn over the top card of of the stock and place it face-up on top of the foundation pile, then once again make any moves available on the tableau.
If you're able to remove all the cards from the tableau, the game is won (whether or not any cards remain in the stock).
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