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Number Ten

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About Number Ten


Number Ten

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Number Ten is a classic variation of the solitaire game Forty Thieves.

How to Play

Number Ten is a two deck game. At the start of the game 40 cards are dealt out in 10 piles of 4 cards each with the top two cards of each pile face up and visible. The remaining cards form the stock and are turned over one card at a time to a waste pile.

When Aces appear in the play they are moved up to found the 8 foundation piles, which are built up in suit in the usual way. The game is won when all the cards are moved up to the foundations. The game is lost if you go through the entire stock pile without winning, as there is no redeal.

Among the 40 card tableau, building is down by alternate color. Groups of cards may be moved as a unit if they are of descending sequence in alternating colors. Empty spaces can be filled by any card.

Number Ten is a simple game to play, and it usually can be won. An average player can win Number Ten 80% of the time.

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