Double EastHaven solitaire rules are pretty straightforward and simple. Double EastHaven solitaire uses two decks of playing cards. This is a two deck variant of easthaven Solitaire.
| Players: 1 | Type: Solitaire | Supplies: 2 Decks |
The objective of easthaven solitaire is to build the foundation piles up in suit from ace to king.
Deal out eight tableau piles, with three cards in each pile, only the top card of each tableau pile starts face up, the rest are face down. Place the remaining deck face down to form the stock.
When an ace becomes available, move it above the tableau to form a foundation pile. To add a card to a foundation pile
it must be one rank higher and of the same suit as the pile it is being played onto.
The top card of each tableau pile is available for play either onto another tableau pile or onto a foundation pile. Tableau piles may be built down in sequence and alternating colors. A group of cards in the proper sequence may also be moved from tableau pile to tableau pile.
Empty tableau piles may only be filled by a king, or group of cards in the proper sequence with the first card being a king. When the top card of a tableau pile is face down, flip it face up.
When there are no more available moves, deal out one card from the stock to each tableau pile.
To win easthaven solitaire, all eight foundation piles must be in suit and sequenced from ace to king. If the player runs out of moves before the foundation piles are completed, double easthaven solitaire is lost.
-Easthaven Solitaire, a one deck variant of double easthaven solitaire.