In the traditional card game Gaps Solitaire, your goal is to build an accurate in-suit sequence by placing the cards in rows from 2 to King.
The cards must be arranged in rows such that they go from 2 to king and make a whole set. There are 4 rows and 4 vacancies, chosen at random. The cards in the row should be arranged in order and colored from 2 to King. A card that completes an accurate in-suit sequence with the card to the left of the gap can be used to fill each gap in a row. Two can be used to close the space at the far left end of the row. If you believe that turn to be incorrect, you can hit the Undo button to return to the previous round.
There will be three shuffles for each turn. To utilize them effectively and prevent embarrassing situations, you need a plan. It should be noted that if a card is of the same suit and is one more than the cards on the right, it may also be put into a gap. You only have ten minutes for each turn, so work swiftly if you don't want to lose.
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