Whitehead Solitaire Rules
Whitehead is a variation of Klondike in which the initial 28-card tableau is dealt face-up, and the first card of the first foundation is established during the initial deal, and all other foundations will also start with the same value. Within the tableau, cards are built downwards in color. Spaces within the tableau may be filled by any card.
Number of Decks: 1
Initial Layout: To form the tableau, deal seven piles of cards face up. Deal one card to the first pile, two to the second, three to the third, and so on.
Object: Build four foundations up in suit from the rank of the first foundation card played, until all thirteen cards of each suit have been played, wrapping from King to Ace as necessary.
Play: Within the tableau, build cards down in color. The top card is available for play to a foundation or to another pile. All cards in correct sequence may be moved as a unit between piles. Spaces within the tableau may be filled by any card.
The top card of the stock is available for play or may be put on the waste pile. The top card of the waste pile is available for play.
Other Sources of Whitehead Solitaire Rules
- BVS Development
- Goodsol Development
- Rapture Technologies
- Semicolon Software
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