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Canfield Solitaire

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Canfield Solitaire is a solitaire card game created by Richard Canfield in the 1890s, as a game played in his casino in Saratoga Springs, New York. Canfield Solitaire is a very difficult game to win, as Mr. Canfield, undoubtedly understood. Legend has it, he sold a deck to a player for $50, and had an attendant watch the player as he played Canfield Solitaire. The player received $5 for every card he put into the foundations. In Canfield Solitaire, the player has a 13 card reserve pile, 4 columns to build down regardless of suit, and 4 foundations to build up by suit. When a player moves cards between the columns, if a column becomes empty, it MUST be filled IMMEDIATELY from the reserve, if there are still cards in the reserve. Cards from the deck are dealt out 3 at a time, and the player can use those to build down the columns, or build up the foundations. The player has a good chance of winning if he can use all the cards in his reserve, allowing the player to strategically use empty columns.


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