4 As (patience)

4 As (patience)
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La patience 4 As se joue avec un jeu traditionnel de 52 cartes. On place 4 cartes du talon, face découverte l'une à côté de l'autre.

Déroulement de la partie

Dès que deux cartes ou plus des 4 cartes du bas des colonnes sont de la même couleur, on écarte les plus basses et on garde la plus forte, sachant que l'as est considéré comme la plus forte. Quand une colonne est vide, on peut déplacer une carte d'une des autres colonnes dans cette colonne.

On épuise au fur et à mesure le talon 4 cartes par 4 cartes que l'on met au bas de chacune des colonnes.

Fin de la partie

Le but du jeu est de se retrouver au final avec seulement les 4 as.

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