Baker's Dozen solitaire rules (1 deck of cards)<< Backbone (Relaxed) | Baker's Game >>
Goal: Move out the aces when you can and build them up to king in the same suit.
Build the 13 piles of the layout down in any suit. Only the top card of a pile may be moved. Empty piles can not be filled.
During the deal, kings are moved to the bottom of the pile.
Variations: Good Measure, Lucky Thirteen, Perseverance, Spanish Patience
Dick and Fitzgerald, and George A. Bonaventure deal the first 3 cards of each pile face down, moving kings to the bottom as they become available. It has become customary to deal the cards all face up.
Rules source: Dick's Games of Patience, Dick and Fitzgerald ~ Games of Solitaire, George A. Bonaventure ~ 100 Games of Solitaire, Helen L. Coops ~ The Complete Book of Solitaire & Patience Games, Albert H. Morehead & Geoffrey Mott-Smith ~ 150 Ways to play Solitaire, Alphonse Moyse, Jr. ~ The Penguin Book of Patience, David Parlett ~ World's Best Card Games for One, Sheila Anne Barry ~ Patience Games, D. B. Pritchard ~ Card Games for One, Peter Arnold
This is one of 4 layouts for Baker's Dozen in Solitaire Forever II.
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