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Aces Up Solitaire a card puzzle game where you need to remove all the cards until only the aces are left. When the top cards of two columns have the same suit, you can click the lower ranked one to remove it. Aces are the highest ranked cards. When one of the columns become empty, you can click to move the top card from another column to its place. You can also click the deck of covered cards at the bottom to deal new cards. Have Fun!
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Aces Up Solitaire is also known as Idiot's Delight, Once in a Lifetime, Ace of the Pile, Rocket to the Top, Firing Squad, Loser Solitaire, Aces High, and Drivel. It is a solitaire card game using a deck of 52 playing cards. One advantage of this game is its minimal use of space: one can even play it on an area as small as an encyclopedia volume cover. You play it by dealing four cards in a row face up. If there are two or more cards of the same suit, discard all but the highest-ranked card of that suit. Repeat until there are no more pairs of cards with the same suit. Whenever there are any empty spaces, you may choose the top card of another pile to be put into the empty space. After you do this, if there are two or more cards of the same suit, discard all but the highest-ranked card of that suit. When there are no more cards to move or remove, deal out the next four cards from the deck face-up onto each pile. Again, look if there are two or more cards of the same suit, discard all but the highest-ranked card of that suit using only the visible, or top, cards on each of the four piles. When the last four cards have been dealt out and any moves made, the game is over. The fewer cards left in the tableau, the better. To win is to have only the four aces left. When the game ends, the number of discarded cards is your score. The maximum score (and thus the score necessary to win) is 48, which means all cards have been discarded except for the four aces, thus the name of the game. A much more challenging variation on Aces Up allows only the aces to be moved onto an empty pile. This makes game play much more restrictive and consequently the game can only be completed roughly once in every 270 games.