Pas Seul means “a dance for one person” and is an easy solitaire game using one deck of playing cards.
| Players: 1 | Type: Solitaire | Supplies: 1 Deck |
The objective of pas seul solitaire is to build the foundation piles up in suit from ace to king.
Deal out six tableau piles, with one card each. Take the remaining cards face down to form the stock.
As aces become available, move them above the tableau to form a foundation pile. To add a card to a foundation pile it
must be of the same suit and one rank higher than the top card.
The top card of each tableau pile and the waste pile is available for play onto a foundation pile or a tableau pile. Tableau piles are built down in sequence and alternating colors. When a tableau pile becomes empty, it may be filled by any available card, or group of cards in the proper sequence.
When there are no more available moves, flip the top card of the discard over to form or add to the waste pile. If the player exhausts the stock and runs out of moves before all cars are in the foundation piles, pas seul solitaire is lost.
To win pas seul solitaire, all cards must be built into the four foundation piles, from ace to king and in suit.