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Haden solitaire

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Difficulty
Medium
Time to win
3 - 5 min
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Object
To discard all the cards.

Rules
- 20 tableau piles - the top card is available for play. Pair up cards that have ranks that add to 11 (Ace-10, 2-9, 3-8, 4-7, 5-6). Jacks, Queens, and Kings are grouped as a triplet (J-Q-K). To discard a J-Q-K triplet, move each card to the reserve pile in the middle left. When all 3 cards have been moved, the J-Q-K triplet is removed from play. At the start of the game 8 cards are dealt to each of the first 12 piles (top card is face up) and 1 card is dealt face up to each of the the 8 last piles.
- waste (far right) - Where paired cards go out of play.
- reserve (middle left) - where J-Q-K triplets are formed.

Elevens

Object
To discard all the cards.

Rules
- 9 tableau piles - the top card is available for play. Pair up cards that have ranks that add to 11 (Ace-10, 2-9, 3-8, 4-7, 5-6). Jacks, Queens, and Kings are grouped as a triplet (J-Q-K). Spaces are automatically filled from the stock. To discard a J-Q-K triplet, move each card to the reserve pile in the lower left. When all 3 cards have been moved, the J-Q-K triplet is removed from play. At the start of the game 1 card is dealt face up to each pile.
- stock (face down, left) - fills spaces in the tableau.
- waste (far right) - Where paired cards go out of play.
- reserve (lower left) - where J-Q-K triplets are formed.

Eleven Elevens

Object
To discard all the cards.

Rules
- 3 tableau piles (center) - the top card is available for play. Discard pairs of cards that have ranks that add to 11 (Ace-10, 2-9, 3-8, 4-7, 5-6). Jacks, Queens, and Kings are grouped as a triplet (J-Q-K). Spaces are automatically filled from the stock. To discard a J-Q-K triplet, move each card to the reserve pile in the lower left. When all 3 cards have been moved, the J-Q-K triplet is removed from play. At the start of the game 1 card is dealt face up to each pile.
- 11 reserve piles (around tableau) - the top card is available for play. Discard pairs of cards that have ranks that add to 11 (Ace-10, 2-9, 3-8, 4-7, 5-6). Jacks, Queens, and Kings are grouped as a triplet (J-Q-K). Spaces are not filled. To discard a J-Q-K triplet, move each card to the reserve pile in the lower left. When all 3 cards have been moved, the J-Q-K triplet is removed from play. At the start of the game 3 cards are dealt face up to each pile.
- stock (face down, left) - fills spaces in the tableau.
- waste (far right) - Where paired cards go out of play.
- reserve (lower left) - where sets of cards are formed.
 

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