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Single Card Canfield Rules

A more winnable version of Canfield, with one card per deal

Single Card Canfield Terms

 

General Rules

Uses 1 pack of cards.

The Stock deal only one card at a time to the Wastepile, making the game easier.

When empty, the Stock can be restocked any number of times from the Wastepile.

A card on the Wastepile can be played to either the Tableau or Foundations.

A card on the Wastepile can be moved to an empty Tableau Stack.

 

Building the Foundations

Only 1 card at a time may be played to a Foundation Pile.

A random Base Card is automatically placed in the first Foundation Pile. The value of the card determines what cards can be placed on the other, empty Foundation Piles.

Build each Foundation Pile in ascending value from the Base Card, with all cards in a Pile sharing the same suit.

Aces can be placed on Kings if they share the same suit.

 

How to Win

The game is won when each Foundation Pile contains 13 cards of the same suit.

 

The Demon

The face-up card of the Demon pile can be played to either the Tableau or Foundations.

When a Tableau Stack is emptied, any face-up card on the Demon pile is automatically moved to the empty Tableau Stack.

If the Demon pile is empty, you may move a card from the Wastepile to an empty Tableau Stack.

Cards cannot be moved to the Demon pile.

 

Building the Tableau Stacks

The Tableau Stacks are used to manage and store cards, before they are eventually moved to the Foundations.

Cards from a Stack cannot be moved to an empty Stack.

A single, front-most card in a Stack may be played to another (non-empty) Stack if it builds in descending value and alternating color.

Kings can be placed on Aces if they have different colors.

An entire Stack may be played to another (non-empty) Stack if it builds downwards in alternating color.

Partial Stack moves are not allowed. Either the entire Stack, or a single front-most card can be moved.

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