This game is played with 2 decks of cards. First a queen of diamonds and a jack of diamonds are pulled out as the start of 2 of the 8 foundation piles. Then, 16 cards are dealt as the start of 16 tableau piles. The remaining cards form the stock pile. The object of the game is to move all the cards to 8 foundation piles. The starting card of the first 2 foundation piles are the queen of diamonds and the jack of diamonds pulled out from the beginning. The next 2 foundation piles start from the jack of hearts, and the remaining 4 foundation piles start from the 10 of spades and clubs. The foundation pile starting from the queen of diamonds are to be built up according to suit, wrapping from K to A. While the remaining foundation piles are built down according to suit, wrapping from A to K. The top card of a tableau pile can be moved to a foundation pile, but not to other tableau piles. When you can no longer move, press the stock cards to deal one card to each fo the tableau piles. After all the stock cards are used up, you can collect the cards to redeal 16 times. The first time you collect the cards from the last tableau pile, and then deal the cards recursively to each of the tableau piles, starting from the pile the cards come from. So the first card goes to the last tableau pile, the second card goes to the first tableau pile, and so on. The second time you collect the cards from the second last tableau pile, and then deal the cards following the same pattern. At the 16th redeal you collect the cards from the first tableau pile. And if you still cannot finish the game, then you lost. The more cards you move to the foundation piles, the higher your rank. This game is unique in many ways, and is one of most difficult solitaire card games.