Five and Diamond
Game type: 
Canfield 
Odds: 
Low: 1 in 10 (10%) 
Game time: 
Medium 
Decks: 
One (52 cards) 
Skill level: 
Luck 
Redeals: 
None 
Object:
To move all of the cards to the foundation pile(s).
Rules:
Foundations (4 piles
in a diamond shape)

Build up in color (for example, a 3¨
may be played on a 2¨or a 2©)
from the base
card until each pile contains 13 cards.

The base
cards for the other foundation piles will increment by twos and
alternate colors clockwise from the top. For example, if the first
card dealt to the foundation is a 2¨, then a
4§
or 4ª must be played on the right pile, a 6© on
the bottom pile, and a 10§
or 10ª
must be played on the left pile. Each pile must have a unique base
suit.

Ranking is continuous.
Tableau (5 piles
of 3 cards each)

Build down by twos in alternating colors (for example, a 7§
may be played on a 9¨ or 9©).
 Ranking is continuous.

The top card of each pile is available for play.

Groups of cards in sequence
down in alternating color may be moved as a unit to another tableau
pile.

Spaces may be filled by any card.
Stock
 Click to turn up one card to the waste
pile.
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