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Little Spider
SINGLE-PACK

The two red Aces and the two black Kings (or the two black Aces and the two red Kings) are placed in a row on the table to serve as foundations.  The remaining forty-eight cards are dealt, face upwards, in two rows of four cards each, one above the foundation cards, the other below them.

            The object of the poker game is to build from the upper row on any of the four foundation cards, but from the lower row only on the foundation card directly above it.
            After every batch of eight cards has been dealt, the top cards of all eight piles are playable and may be built on any foundations cards or packed on any other pile in the layout.  The piles are packed in ascending or descending, continuous sequences (an Ace ranks below a 2 and above a King) regardless of suit.  A space made by removing an entire pile is not filled.
            In the layout illustrated, the Q ♣ may be built on the K ♣ and the 2♥ on the A ♥.  The 10♣ may be packed on the J ♠, and the 5♣ on the 6♠.  And so on.

Maze
SINGLE-PACK

Maze is an excellent patience because some poker games skill is necessary if it is to be successful.


            The fifty-two cards of the pack are dealt face upwards in two rows of eight cards each, and four of nine cards each.  The four Kings are then discarded.  This leaves four spaces, or six in all, because as well as the spaces left by the discard of the Kings, the spaces at the end of the first and second rows are taken into the layout for the play (see illustration).

            The object of the game is to arrange the forty-eight cards in four ascending suit-sequences, from Aces to Queens, beginning with an Ace at the extreme left of the top row and ending with a Queen at the extreme right of the bottom row.  The sequences follow on, from the end of one row to the beginning of the next, as in reading and writing.  Only one card may be moved at a time.
            The rules for moving a card into a space are:

  1. The card must be in suit-sequence one higher than the card game on the left of the space or one lower than the card on the right of the space, and it is to be assumed that not only are the rows continuous but that the bottom row is continuous with the top row.
  2. When a space occurs on the right of a Queen it may be filled with any Ace, as an alternative to the card one lower in suit-sequence than the card on the right of the space.

Sequence than the card on the right of the space.
            Suppose the layout is an in the illustration.  After the four Kings have been discarded, the space left vacant by the K ♥ may be filled by any Ace, or with the 9♠ (by reason of the 10♠ on the right of the space) or the 8♠ (by reason of the 7♠ at the end of the bottom row).  The space at the extreme right of the top row may be filled either with the 2♥ or 4♥, that at the extreme right of the second row either with the 10♥ or 10 ♠. The space left vacant by the K may be filled either with the Q ♣ or 5 ♠. 

            To begin the game.  Play the A ♠ to the top left corner of the layout, and the 10♥ to its vacant place.  Play the 5 to the left of the 6 in the top row, and the J to the left of the Q in the bottom row.  Play the 10♠ to the extreme right of the second row, and the 2♠ followed by the 3♠ to the right of the A ♠ in the top row.  Play the 5♠ to the left of the 6♠, the J ♣ to the left of the Q ♣ and the 4 ♠ to the left of the 5♠.  The 5♥ is played to the left of the 6♥, the 9♥ to the left of the 10♥ and the 9♠ to the left of the 10♠.  Now the 5 in the top row may be played to the right of the 4 and the 4♠ to the right of the 3♠ in the top row.  With the A ♠, 2♠, 3♠ and 4 ♠ in position, the game progresses well.

Raglan
SINGLE-PACK

The four Aces are placed in a row in the centre of the table as foundations.  Below them forty-two cards are dealt, face upwards, in seven, slightly overlapping, rows; the first of nine cards, the second of eight, and so on down to a row of three cards, the second of eight, and so on down to a row of three cards. The remaining six cards (the stock) are placed face upwards in a row below the layout (see Plate 4).
            The object of the game is to build ascending suit-sequences on the Aces, to the Kings.

The bottom cards of the columns, and the six cards in the stock are exposed.  They may be built on a foundation, and those at the bottom of a column (but not those in the stock) may be packed in descending sequences of alternate color.  All cards must be moved singly; sequences must not be moved.  When all the cards of a column have been removed, the poker player, if he wishes, may fill the space with any exposed card.

In the layout on Plate 5, the 5 is packed on the 6♠, and the 3♠ on the 4♥ that has been left exposed by the play of the 5.  The Q ♥ in the stock, may be packed on the K ♠, and the 10♠ on the J .  Now the 9♥ may be packed on the 10♠.  The 4♠ in the stock is packed on the 5, the 3 on the 4♠ and the 6♥ on the 7♣.  The space is filled by the Q ♣, the 2♣ is played to its foundation, the J ♠ is packed on the Q ♥, the 8♠ on the 9♥ and the 10 on the J ♠.  The 9♠ is packed on the 10, the 8♥ on the 9♠ , the 6 is played to the space and the 2 ♠ followed by the 3♠ are built on their foundation.  The space is filled with the 4♥, the 5♣ is packed on the 6 and the 4♥ on the 5♣.  The 7 and the 6♣ from the stock are packed on the 8♠, the 5♥ on the 6♣ and the space is filled with the 9.  Now the 2♥, 3♥, 4♥, 5♥ , 6♥, and 7 ♥ are built on their foundation.  The 7♣ is packed on the 8♥, the space is filled with the 7♠, and the 2 and 3 are built on their foundation, followed by the 4 ♠ and 5♠ on theirs.  Although the 3♣ and 4♣ are badly placed the game has progress well, and there is every chance that it will succeed.

 

 

 

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