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Play Miss Milligan Solitaire

Miss Milligan Solitaire is a two-deck solitaire game featuring elements of Spider Solitaire, combined with a special free cell that becomes available once the stock runs out and can hold sequences of cards, unlike free cells in FreeCell which only allow one card at a time.

How to play

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Miss Milligan Solitaire

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Miss Milligan Solitaire game info

What makes Miss Milligan interesting according to Peter Arnold, author of The Complete Book of Card Games, is that you can completely recover from a situation that looks hopeless.

Goal

The goal in Miss Milligan Solitaire is to move all cards to the eight foundations piles.

Layout & deal

The eight tableau piles are each dealt one face-up card. The rest of the cards goes face-down into the stock. The foundation piles start empty.

Allowable moves

In the tableau, piles are built by alternating color and in descending order. Correctly ordered groups of cards can be moved as a whole. Empty tableau piles can only be filled with Kings or sequences starting with a King.

Click the stock to deal additional cards to the tableau. They are dealt like in Spider Solitaire: each pile is dealt one face-up card.

Once the stock runs out, a special reserve pile (which behaves more like a free cell such as in FreeCell) appears. You can move any card or correctly ordered sequence of cards onto this reserve pile. This move is called waiving or weaving. If there are already cards on the reserve, you cannot add any additional card to it. You can only move all cards on the reserve pile as a group back onto the tableau, or move them to the foundations one by one.

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

Strategy

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