Double Freecell

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Double Freecell
Double Freecell is a variation of the popular card game Freecell, which is usually played with a single deck of cards. However, Double Freecell uses two decks of cards, which adds additional complexity and challenge to the game.

The goal of the game: The objective of the game Double Freecell is to organize all the cards in four foundation piles (foundation piles) according to rank and sign, starting with the ace and continuing in order to the king. The basic squares are the four free squares at the top of the game.

Preparation: The game is usually played with two standard decks of 52 cards each. The cards are arranged in eight columns (tableau piles) at the beginning of the game, with the first four columns on the left side with the deck facing up, while the other four columns are on the right side with the deck facing down.

Rules of moves: Moves are made by moving cards between columns based on the following rules:
  • Cards can only be moved between columns if they are ranked in descending order and the colors alternate (black and red).
  • Open cards at the top of the columns can be switched to the base fields if they follow the ranking and sign rules.
  • Only cards whose rank is one higher than the card that would be moved can be moved to the top of the empty column.

Additional rules: In Double Freecell, as in the standard Freecell game, there are additional rules that make the game more challenging:
  • There are free cells (freecells) that are used as a temporary place to store cards during the game. Each free field can contain only one card.
  • The double deck of cards makes the game more complex and requires more planning and strategy to complete successfully.
  • End of Game: The game ends when all cards have been moved to the base squares according to the rules of rank and sign.

Double Freecell is a game that combines elements of logic, planning and strategy, and provides a challenge for fans of card games. The ability to use free fields as well as two decks of cards adds additional depth and complexity to the gameplay.
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