Casket Solitare is an unusal game with many different types of card piles and rules.
The game is played with two decks of cards.
There are eight foundations. They must be built up by suit starting with aces.
There are eight tableau piles that form the sides and bottom of the casket. These can be built up in suit.
There are five special piles across the top of the casket forming the lid. Each can only hold one card at a time.
There are 13 cards face-down in the center of the casket.
There is a stock and waste pile to the left. Under it are three addtional waste piles.
Cards are automatically dealt from the stock to the single waste pile which can only hold one card at a time.
You can move the card from the stock's waste pile can be played on to the tableau, the foundations, or put on any one of the three extra waste piles. You can pile cards of any kind on top of others on those three waste piles.
Cards from the lib can be played on to the tableau or the foundations. When a empty spot is left in the lid from a move, a single card is moved from the center of the casket to fill the lib space.
Cards from the tableau can be moved around to another tableau pile, but only one at a time. They can also be moved onto the foundations. Any empty space in the tableau will immediately be filled from the stock's waste pile.
When the center of the casket is depleated, you can move cards from the waste piles on to the lid spaces.
When the stock is depleated, you can move cards from the lid or waste piles on to empty spaces in the tableau.