Rules

A card can be placed on top of another card on one of the middle stacks only when the values of the two cards are beside each other. For example, the 10 can be placed on top of a 9 and J, the K can be placed on top of a Q and A, the A can be placed on top of a K or 2, and the 2 can be placed on top of an A or 3.

Once you play a card from your 4 face up cards, it will automatically be replaced by a new card from your unused card pile.

To start a new game, click on the Deal Button.

To Pause the game, click on the Pause Button. (This only works in the Registered Version)

To play a card into one of the middle stacks, click on that card or use the keyboard key that represents that stack ("1","2","3" or "4"). Remember that the card that you want to play must follow the first rule at the beginning of this page.

Each card that you play into one of the middle stacks gets you a point.

If you or the computer can not play a card, a Red Traffic light will be displayed beside your/computer's unused card pile to let you know that you or the computer have no play at that moment. If both you and the computer can not make a play at the same time (both traffic lights are shown) a card from each of you will be automatically played from your unused card pile. If you or the computer does not have any cards left in the unused card pile, then a card that is face up will be used instead, this means that either you or the computer may actually win the game after this occurs.

If you win, you will receive bonus points based on the number of cards the computer still has remaining and the level of difficulty. The more cards the computer has left the higher your bonus.