How to Play Barricade B Solitaire

Barricade B solitaire is a challenging solitaire game that uses two decks of playing cards.

Barricade B Solitaire Rules

| Players: 1 | Type: Solitaire | Supplies: 2 Decks |


The objective of barricade b solitaire is to move all cards to the foundation piles.


Deal out 14 tableau piles with two face up cards each splayed down. Place the remaining deck face down to form the stock.

Game Play

There will be eight foundation piles. When an ace becomes available it is used to start a foundation pile. Foundation piles are built in ascending sequence from ace to king in suit. After a card is played onto a foundation pile, it may not be removed. There may not be more than 13 cards per foundation pile.

Only the top card of each tableau pile is available for play, either onto another tableau pile or onto a foundation pile. Only one card may be moved at a time. Tableau piles are built down in sequence and of opposite color.

When a tableau pile becomes empty, it is filled using the top card of the stock, if the stock is depleted, it may be filled by any available card. There is no discard pile.

To Win

To win barricade b solitaire, all cards must be in the foundation piles. If the player runs out of moves before all cards are in the foundation piles, barricade solitaire is lost.


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