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Play King Albert Solitaire

King Albert solitaire is named after Albert I of Belgium, the former king of Belgium. It's a very difficult game to win, so don't lose your spirit when you cannot complete a deal.

How to play

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King Albert Solitaire

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King Albert Solitaire game info

This solitaire game is named after Albert I of Belgium, the former king of Belgium that is also known as the Knight King.

Goal

Like in most other solitaire games, the goal in King Albert solitaire is to move all cards to the foundations. They are located at the top left.

Layout & deal

The nine tableau piles are all dealt a different amount of face-up cards, going from one card to the first pile to nine cards for the last pile.

The remaining seven cards go face-up in the reserve at the bottom. This reserve is also referred to as the Belgian reserve.

Allowable moves

Cards in the tableau are built in descending order, and by alternating colour. Only one card can be moved at a time. An empty tableau pile can be filled with any card.

The cards in the reserve can be moved to the tableau or to the foundations.

The foundation piles are built in the same suit and in ascending order, from Ace to King.

Strategy

Variants