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Alaska Solitaire Rules

Alaska Solitaire Rules

Alaska Solitaire, a single deck game, is like Yukon Solitaire. The card sequence is same color instead of alternating colors. There are seven Tableau piles with one card dealt to the first and two to the second and finishing with seven to the last. Each Tableau has the last card dealt face up. Read more...
American Roulette Rules

American Roulette Rules

American rules are the same as European with the same payoffs for bets. The major diference in the two games is the zero and double zero on the American verson while the European only has zero. The addition of the double zero makes the house edge slightly higher on the American version of roulette. Read more...
Badugi Rules

Badugi Rules

Alaska Solitaire, a single deck game, is like Yukon Solitaire. The card sequence is same color instead of alternating colors. There are seven Tableau piles with one card dealt to the first and two to the second and finishing with seven to the last. Each Tableau has the last card dealt face up. Read more...
Blackjack (21 Solitaire) Rules

Blackjack (21 Solitaire) Rules

The object of this solitaire game is to make as many 21 count hands as possible, using 2 to 10 cards. The game starts with the dealing of one card into ten piles. The cards can be moved from the stock pile or between the ten piles. When a pile reached 21 the cards are removed and replaced by new cards. Read more...
Blackjack Piles Rules

Blackjack Piles Rules

Blackjack Piles is also known as 21 solitaire. The rules are the same for either game with the object being to make as many 21 count hands as possible using 2 to 6 cards. This version starts with five piles and has a seven rounds before play ends. There are subtle differences between this game and the previous Blackjack solitaire. Read more...
Card War Rules

Card War Rules

Card War Rules is the same as War, a children's card game that is popular all over the world and is simple enough that even small children can play. The game is usually played with six decks of cards. The rank of the cards is the same as in poker. Read more...
Freecell Sotitaire Rules

Freecell Sotitaire Rules

Freecell Solitaire is usually included in Microsoft Windows on new computers in the Accessory file under games. It is played similar to common solitaire except that the rules are such than most games can be won if played correctly. The rules are far more relaxed in this game than in regualr solitaire. Read more...
Keno Rules

Keno Rules

Keno is played in most casinos and is also known as Nevada Keno. A player marks a ticket by choosing numbers from one up to 12 or even 13. The ticket has 80 numbers on it. To win the player must hit the numbers marked or like five of eight on an eight spot. The payoff on an eight spot will depend on the size of the wager. This game has a huge house edge as the payoffs are to low. Players play it however, since it is so simple to play. Read more...
Lottery Rules

Lottery Rules

Lotteries are run by governments around the world and are progressive in payoff if a winner is not made the jackpot for the next game will be bigger. The big jackpots capture more players which further adds to the jackpot each week. A ticket is marked by the player and the wager is made. The numbers that are picked are typically five with a special sixth number. Read more...
Mah Jong Rules

Mah Jong Rules

Mah Jong is a traditional Chinese game that has been played for centuries and is now popular thoughout the world. Instead of cards, the players use colorful tiles and try to make melds of similar tiles. The game take 16 rounds to play properly and takes skill, stategy and luck. A winning hand usually has 13 to 15 tiles. Read more...
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