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Dogmelon Solitaire Game Rules - Congress


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Congress Solitaire is a challenging 2 deck game, tha requires luck and skill. It has similarities to Corona, but is quite unique in how it plays out.


The aim of Congress is to build 8 ascending suit-sequences in the foundation zone.

How to Play

Congress is a 2 deck game.

The opening tableau has:

Clicking the talon will move a single card to the waste pile. You can only cycle through the talon once.

Cards can be moved in the manoeuvre zone if they are the 1 less in rank, regardless of suit.

When a manoeuvre zone becomes empty, a card is automatically taken from the top of the waste pile. If the waste pile is empty, a card is automatically taken from the talon. If the talon is empty, you can move a card from any other stack.

Only a single card can be moved at any time. Stacks can not be moved as a whole.


Be particularly selective about when you empty a column, because it will be automatically filled from the top of the waste. Whatever card is there can make a big difference to the outcome of the game.


Suppose that the initial deal looks like this:

Congress Solitaire 1

At this stage the available moves are:

We'll move the Jack of hearts.

The game now looks like this:

Congress Solitaire 2

Now we'll move the 10 of clubs...

Congress Solitaire 3

This has revealed the Ace of clubs, which we'll move straight to a foundation...

Congress Solitaire 4

Although there are other moves available now, in this example we'll click the stock, which moves a card to the waste...

Congress Solitaire 5

The card from from the talon was an Ace, which we will also move to a foundation straight away...

Congress Solitaire 6