Pure Patience is a card game of patience, or solitaire, as it is called in America. The object
of the game is to combine the tiles as a full house.
Cards are shuffled and placed on the desk in 4 rows with 13 cards in each. The way you place
cards on a desk in a traditional patience card game usually depends on your liking, spirits or
whim, but the software will do it for you, and you will only have to do the most interesting
thing - to play the game!
The starting card is the leftmost card in the uppermost row. It designates the starting suit
and rank. This card cannot be relocated during the game.
The game is won when the following conditions are met:
1 Each row contains a full suit. There may be only one suit per row.
2 Suits follow each other in the following order:
The suit designated by the starting card begins the sequence, the way suits succeed each other
must be preserved.
3 Ranks in each row are lined up in either ascending or descending order, e.g.: