Picture Gallery (solitaire)
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Picture Gallery is also known as Royal Parade.
Picture Gallery has 24 Foundations total. There are three rows with eight Foundations each. The top row of Foundations all start with twos, and build up in suit by threes. Here is an example: 2♣, 5♣, 8♣, J♣
The next row's Foundations all start with threes, and build up in suit by threes.
Here is an example: 3♥, 6♥, 9♥, Q♥
The last row's Foundations all start with fours, and build up in suit by threes.
Here is an example: 4♠, 7♠, 10♠, K♠
Seeing how there is no need for Aces in Picture Gallery, all Aces are discarded to the Ace Pile (Castoff Pile). This will create some openings in the Foundations, creating the availability to move cards around. Only twos can be placed onto the first row's openings, threes onto the second row's openings, and fours onto the last row's openings. The game is won after the Foundations are completely filled with "Picture" cards (face cards).