Almost all card solitaire games and their computer counterparts have as many modifications. However, it is better to start training with the simplest and most common options.

The goal of almost all card games of this kind is to clear the playing field. As a rule, a deck of 52 sheets is used for solitaire games. Before you play solitaire, you must carefully shuffle the card deck.

Fold the deck into seven piles from left to right so that each next pile has one more card than the previous one. One card must be in the leftmost pile, two in the next, etc. Cards are laid face down.

Turn over the top card in each pile. Set aside the remaining cards.

See if there are aces among the open cards. If there is, put them in a separate row at the top and open the card below them. The goal of the solitaire game is to collect all the cards by suits, in increasing order for the aces taken separately.

On the table, cards are added in descending order, with alternating red and black suits. If the cards in one of the piles are over, you can put the king in this place.

Make all possible moves with open cards. Start flipping the deck on one card. Turning over the deck can be performed an unlimited number of times.

Lay out on the table a pyramid of cards turned face up so that each subsequent row of cards half overlaps the previous one. There should be one card at the top of the pyramid, two in the second row, three in the third, etc. to the last, seventh row. Put the rest of the cards in a pile, face down.

Assign numerical values to the cards. ace - one, jack - 11, queen - 12, king - 13. The remaining numerical values of the cards correspond to their face value. Cards are removed from the base in pairs. The sum of the points of each pair should be 13. For example, the figure eight and five, deuce and queen, etc. The only exception is the king - he does not need a pair, he is removed alone. The suits do not matter. Removed cards are not returned to the deck.

The goal of solitaire is to parse all cards in pairs. After you have removed all open cards, start flipping through one card deck. Make pairs of open deck cards and cards laid out on the table. If you manage to find pairs to all initially open cards, solitaire has converged.

## How to expand Solitaire Solitaire of 36 cards

Kosyna is one of the most popular and famous solitaire games around the world. This type of layout is included in the standard set of games in the commonly used operating system. The rules of the layout are extremely simple.

For the layout, decks of 36 and 52 cards are used. To expand solitaire (36 cards), as in every other card game, you need to know the rules. There is a variant of a big deal for 104 cards from two decks (52 cards). For this version of the game, lay out 10 rows, for playing on one deck in 52 - 6 rows, for a regular playing deck (36 cards), the rows are reduced to 5. The cards are laid out face down. The first row is laid out on 1 map in each column, in the 2nd row they are laid out on the map in only 5 columns, in the third - in 4 columns and so on. The last card in each column is turned face up.

The remaining cards are postponed and used when the options for moving the deal end. You can scroll through the deck with three cards. The extreme in the top three is considered active, you can take the middle only after the one closest to the player. In the Big scenario, you can flip the deck only once, in the 36-card layout, the use of coupon cards (from the deck) is not limited. To simplify the game, beginners can take one card from the coupon.

Rules of the game (36 cards), how to lay out the Solitaire Solitaire:

- Aces serve as a base for collecting suits. At the opening of the ace, it is laid out separately, the further collection of suits is carried out in ascending order, from lower to higher.
- After moving the active map, the next column must be turned face up.
- Only cards of different colors can be laid out on top of each other in playing columns, for example, peaks on worms or tambourines on crosses.
- The cards are laid out in columns in a downward direction - from the king to the sixes.
- The king of any suit can be moved with the whole stack to the place of the freed column.

That's all the rules. Solitaire is considered spread out when all the cards of the corresponding suit are collected on aces.

## How to decompose Spider Solitaire into 36 cards

For Spider Solitaire, a playing deck is rarely used. It can be laid out with one, two or four suits. For the game, take 2 or 4 decks at once, depending on the desired difficulty.

Step-by-step instructions for 4 decks of 36 cards, how to decompose Spider Solitaire:

- Put cards in 6 pieces in the first 4 rows and 5 pieces in the rest. In total, there should be 54 cards on the playing table.
- Put the last row face up - these are the active cards.
- The remaining 80 cards can be folded with a deck - a coupon, or you can put aside in 8 rulers of 10 cards face down.
- Cards are laid out on top of each other in order from the oldest to the youngest of the same suit. Ace is considered the youngest card!
- If there are no more options for moving cards, you need to take one of the delayed lines and put one card face up on each row in the game.
- In place of an empty column, you can move any card or a continuous combination of them, starting with the oldest.
- If in a column it turns out to collect a sequence from a king to an ace of the same suit, such a combination is removed in a pile away from the alignment. The goal of the game is to free the field from cards.

You can play with fewer decks, then the number of rows must also be reduced. So, for 3 decks (36 cards) you need to make 8 columns, one half of which is 7 cards and the second - 6 pieces. Playing fewer decks is not so interesting.

## "Grandmother's alignment"

A very simple but interesting version of 36 card solitaire. The deck is laid out in 3 identical columns of fans of 3 cards, as shown in the photo below. The goal of the game is to collect sequences of each suit from ace to six.

The active card is considered the top one in every fan. The dropped aces immediately spread aside. Putting on each other can only cards of the same denomination, but their number in the fan should not exceed four pieces. In an impasse, the deck is collected, interfered and laid out again in triples. Solitaire is considered to be collected if the combinations are folded in three hands.

## Pyramid Solitaire

Pyramid is a very simple way to expand solitaire (36 cards). You need to mix the deck and lay out 9 rows of 4 cards, the last in a column with the suit up. Next, you need to look for pairs of the same value of cards, such pairs are eliminated from the layout, and the cards under them open. Nothing can be done with empty column locations. A hand is considered folded if all cards are dealt.

## Fortune telling rules on cards

It's no secret that cards can open the future. How to lay out solitaire games - fortune telling from 36 cards? There are several simple signs and requirements for a fortune telling deck. You can’t guess with playing cards. No strangers should touch the deck. It is better to keep several sets of cards, one for personal needs, the second for outsiders to divine. You should not ask questions to cards in a bad or depressed mood.

## How to expand Solitaire Solitaire of 36 cards

"Scarf" is one of the most popular and famous solitaire games around the world. This type of layout is included in the standard set of games in the commonly used operating system. The rules of the layout are extremely simple.

For the layout, decks of 36 and 52 cards are used. To expand solitaire (36 cards), as in every other card game, you need to know the rules. There is a variant of a big deal for 104 cards from two decks (52 cards). For this version of the game, lay out 10 rows, for playing on one deck in 52 - 6 rows, for a regular playing deck (36 cards), the rows are reduced to 5. The cards are laid out face down. The first row is laid out on 1 map in each column, in the 2nd row they are laid out on the map in only 5 columns, in the third - in 4 columns and so on. The last card in each column is turned face up.

The remaining cards are postponed and used when the options for moving the deal end. You can scroll through the deck with three cards. The extreme in the top three is considered active, you can take the middle only after the one closest to the player. In the Big scenario, you can flip the deck only once, in the 36-card layout, the use of coupon cards (from the deck) is not limited. To simplify the game, beginners can take one card from the coupon.

Game rules (36 cards), how to lay out the Solitaire Solitaire:

- Aces serve as a base for collecting suits. At the opening of the ace, it is laid out separately, the further collection of suits is carried out in ascending order, from lower to higher.
- After moving the active map, the next column must be turned face up.
- Only cards of different colors can be laid out on top of each other in playing columns, for example, peaks on worms or tambourines on crosses.
- The cards are laid out in columns in a downward direction - from the king to the sixes.
- The king of any suit can be moved with the whole stack to the place of the freed column.

That's all the rules. Solitaire is considered spread out when all the cards of the corresponding suit are collected on aces.

## How to decompose Spider Solitaire into 36 cards

Spider Solitaire rarely uses a playing deck. It can be laid out with one, two or four suits. For the game, take 2 or 4 decks at once, depending on the desired difficulty.

Step-by-step instructions for 4 decks of 36 cards, how to expand Spider Solitaire:

- Put cards in 6 pieces in the first 4 rows and 5 pieces in the rest. In total, there should be 54 cards on the playing table.
- Put the last row face up - these are the active cards.
- The remaining 80 cards can be folded with a deck - a coupon, or you can put aside in 8 rulers of 10 cards face down.
- Cards are laid out on top of each other in order from the oldest to the youngest of the same suit. Ace is considered the youngest card!
- If there are no more options for moving cards, you need to take one of the delayed lines and put one card face up on each row in the game.
- In place of an empty column, you can move any card or a continuous combination of them, starting with the oldest.
- If in a column it turns out to collect a sequence from a king to an ace of the same suit, such a combination is removed in a pile away from the alignment. The goal of the game is to free the field from cards.

You can play with fewer decks, then the number of rows must also be reduced. So, for 3 decks (36 cards) you need to make 8 columns, one half of which is 7 cards and the second - 6 pieces. Playing fewer decks is not so interesting.

## "Grandma's layout"

A very simple but interesting version of 36 card solitaire. The deck is laid out in 3 identical columns of fans of 3 cards, as shown in the photo below. The goal of the game is to collect sequences of each suit from ace to six.

The active card is considered the top one in every fan. The dropped aces immediately spread aside. Putting on each other can only cards of the same denomination, but their number in the fan should not exceed four pieces. In an impasse, the deck is collected, interfered and laid out again in triples. Solitaire is considered to be collected if the combinations are folded in three hands.

## Pyramid Solitaire

Pyramid is a very simple way to expand solitaire (36 cards). You need to mix the deck and lay out 9 rows of 4 cards, the last in a column with the suit up. Next, you need to look for pairs of the same value of cards, such pairs are eliminated from the layout, and the cards under them open. Nothing can be done with empty column locations. A hand is considered folded if all cards are dealt.

## The alignment of desire

There are very simple fortune-telling solitaire games (36 cards) for desire. How to lay out one of them is described below. Before starting the deal, you should hold the deck in your hands, thinking about your desire. Next, mix the deck well and put two cards face down next to each other. The remaining cards are evenly laid out in 2 rows with the suit facing up, you need to start the deal with the last ones laid out.

The first four are considered, if in each column there is a card of one face value they are put aside, attention goes to the next four. For example, in the first column there is a nine peak, and in the second nine crosses, they can be located opposite each other or diagonally. The end result should be two cards facing up and two cards face down. The wish will come true if paired cards are in the same column. If the alignment comes to a standstill earlier or the cards with the same face value appear in different columns, you should not expect the execution of the plan.

## Enchantment Solitaire

“Enchantment” is another way to decompose solitaire (36 cards) into a wish. You need to make a wish and mix the deck. Cards are laid face-down in 5 piles of 7 pieces, the last one is opened. An open card becomes the intended suit.

Next, the stacks must be sequentially opened on one card. A suit that does not coincide with the hidden one, and cards with a value of less than 10 of any suit are removed from solitaire. For example, the last card has the cross, the pile opens until a dozen, jack, queen, king or ace of cross are found. The action is repeated with each column. Found and not open cards are collected from the end - from the last to the open, the deck is laid out already in 4 columns without mixing. The whole sequence of moves is repeated until 5 cards are left in the hands. Solitaire converged if all five cards of the desired suit and dignity are higher than 10. In any other case, there are obstacles to the fulfillment of desire.

## Solitaire "Loves - Doesn't Love" Solitaire: Layout

Very popular modern fortune-telling solitaire. Before you begin, you need to share with the cards the name of the young man on whom fortune telling is carried out. A deck of 36 cards is shuffled and laid out in 2 rows of 6 pieces. Next, you need to remove all pairs of the same value on the diagonal. The remaining cards are moved one by one to an empty place, starting from the first ones laid out, the cards of the lower row are moved up. From the deck you need to lay out the number of cards eliminated, repeat the selection. If there are no more matches, one more row is laid out below.

When the deck ends, the remaining cards are collected in order from the last laid out to the first. Then the layout is carried out on 5 cards in two rows, without interfering. Actions are repeated sequentially, reducing the number of cards in a row to two.

## Solitaire: Loves - Doesn't Love: Solitaire

The result of fortune-telling depends on the number of pairs left on the table. If there are two cards left, you can order a dress and look for comfortable wedding shoes. Two non-retired couples talk about strong feelings, three about interest, four indicate a young man’s longing for fortunetelling, five couples mean easy interest, six indicate treason. If there are seven or more pairs left on the table - the solitaire has not converged, you must try to decompose it again.