Aces and Kings Solitaire

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Aces and Kings Solitaire

Aces and Kings is a challenging yet captivating solitaire game that uses standard decks of playing cards. The goal of the game is to move all cards from A to K and from K to A to the foundations, regardless of suits.

At the start of the game, empty foundations will appear in the center of the screen. The reserve piles above the foundations will be dealt face-up cards, and the tableau piles at the bottom right of the foundations will be dealt face-up cards. The remaining cards will be placed face-down on the stockpile at the bottom left of the screen, and a face-up card will be dealt to the discard pile on the right of the stockpile.

The foundations on the left side must be built up from A to K regardless of suits while the foundations on the right side must be built down from K to A, also regardless of suits. Each tableau pile can only hold a single card. When a tableau pile becomes empty, the top card on the stockpile will be moved face-up to that space. If the stockpile becomes empty, you can move any card to an empty tableau pile. You can move a card on a tableau pile, the top card on a reserve pile, or the top card on the discard pile to a foundation. The top card on a foundation can be moved to another foundation according to the building rules of the foundations.

When you run out of moves, you can click the stockpile to deal a new card to the discard pile. However, if the stockpile becomes empty and you cannot make any more moves, you lose. The key to winning is to use the cards on the foundations wisely and make strategic moves.