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Baker's Dozen Rules

A complex building game in which spaces count nothing and where kings must therefore be treated with deference. Layout —Deal entire pack into four rows of thirteen cards each, with the rows overlapping. (See diagram.) If there is a king in the bottom row, transfer it to the top of its column. If any buried king lies over a lower card of the same suit, move it under that card. Foundations —The four aces, as they become available, are to be moved to a row above the tableau and built up in suit to kings. Play —The bottom cards of the tableau columns are available to be played on foundations, and may be built on each other downward, regardless of suit. A space by removal of an entire column is never filled.