Spaces and Aces Solitaire Rules
Spaces and Aces is a variation of Gaps with the following differences:
The initial layout includes one empty column at the left of the layout (making fouteen columns in total).
The aces are not removed from the game.
The rows are built up from ace to king.
Spaces to the right of a card may be occupied bay any card of the same suit and higher in rank.
There is no redeal.
Spaces and Aces was invented by Robert Harbin.
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