# Solitaire card games/Calculation

This game is also known as **Broken Intervals**, it has been suggested that there is a very good chance of winning if you are skilled.

## Set upEdit

1. Remove one A,2,3 and 4 from the pack (suit does not matter in this game), they form the foundations. 2. All the foundations are to be built up to kings, each differently

- The ace is to be built up by 1s up to Ks in this order:
`A 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 J Q K`

- The 2 is to be built up by 2s in this order:
`2 4 6 8 10 Q A 3 5 7 9 J K`

- The 3 is to be built up by 3s in this order:
`3 6 9 Q 2 5 8 J A 4 7 10 K`

- Likewise, (you should be getting it now), the 4 is built up by 4s like this:
`4 8 Q 3 7 J 2 6 10 A 5 9 K`

- The ace is to be built up by 1s up to Ks in this order:

3. The wastepile is initially empty, it consists of four piles of cards, which are laid below the four foundations.

## PlayEdit

- Turn up cards from the stock, one at a time, and build them on one of the foundations, if that's not possible, put it in one of the four wastepiles.
- You can move cards from any wastepile onto one of the foundations when possible.

## VariationEdit

- Do not lay out A,2，3，4 initially) and to use only three tableau piles instead of four.

Although playing this variation makes the solitaire quite difficult, a very skilled player will still be able to win at least two games out of three.