How to Play Blind Patience Solitaire

Blind patience solitaire is a unique solitaire that uses two decks of cards. You may choose to reveal hidden cards or play on top of them.

Blind Patience Solitaire Rules

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


The objective of blind patience solitaire is to build the eight foundation piles up in suit from ace to king.


Deal out ten tableau piles with four cards each, all cards are dealt face down. Place the remaining deck face down to form the stock.

Game Play

When an ace becomes available, it may be moved above the tableau to form a foundation pile. Foundation piles are built up in sequence from ace to king in suit. A foundation pile may not have more than 13 cards. Only two foundation piles per suit are allowed.

The top card of the tableau piles and waste pile are available for play. Only one card at a time may be moved. Empty tableau piles, or tableau piles with a face down card on top, may have any available card be played on top of. You may choose when to flip a face down card on top of a tableau pile face up.

Tableau piles are built down in suit and alternating color. When there are no more moves, flip the top card of the stock over to form or add to the waste.

To Win

To win blind patience solitaire, all eight foundation piles must be built up in sequence from ace to king in suit.

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