Grandfather's Clock Solitaire
A game of Grandfather's Clock - Click the picture to enlarge
- Object of the game: Move all the cards to the foundations, which form "Grandfather's Clock".
- Take the cards shown in the illustration and place them in a circle. These cards are the twelve hours of the "Clock". You will build them up in suit until the foundation pile shows the hour according to its position.
- For example: The foundation pile that starts with "9" will contain four cards, with the "Queen" on top, representing 12:00.
- Aces can be built on Kings.
- Each foundation pile will have three cards, except the 10, Jack, Queen and King piles, which will have four each.
- To one side of "Grandfather's Clock", distribute the remaining stock cards into eight piles of five cards each.
- Build these cards down, regardless of suit.
- The first (uncovered) card of each column can be played either to the foundations or to another column, and only one card at a time can be moved.
- If you create a space by moving all the cards of a column, fill the space with any available card from another column.
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