Forty Thieves Solitaire
Forty Thieves Solitaire is one of the most popular solitaire games today. This version of the game is similar to the classic Windows Solitaire game, but it has simpler rules. The goal of the game is to collect 8 cards of different suits from an Ace to a King. Free cells for cards must always be filled. A feature of this game is the difficulty levels. It’s “easy,” and “hard.” They differ in the rules of the game.
Forty Thieves Solitaire is played from two 52-sheet decks. 10 columns with 4 cards in each are laid out. At the top, there is room for 8 main cards. The main cards are Aces. They are laid out during the game from above the main figure. The goal of the game is to collect all the cards by suits in ascending order on the Aces. The game cards are the bottom ones, fully exposed cards of the vertical columns and the top card of the stack. You can transfer cards from column to column and from stack to column by suit in descending order and only one card at a time. Any card can be put on the free column.