After Solitaire Freecell, Spider Solitaire, Solitaire Klondike and Belote, Valiprod created for you this beautiful modern version of Corsican Battle!
Find all the classic features of Corsican Battle in this beautiful modernized version!
For beginners, a system of indices is available as well as rules in order to fully understand the meaning of the game and develop further strategies.
The rules of Corsican Battle are very simple:
The Corsican battle is played with a traditional 52-card game. It gets closer to the war, but gives the ability to type the heap of cards from the center when two cards of the same value follow each other to retrieve all the cards from the heap. Thus, the Corsican battle involves concentration, reflexes and memory to win. It can be played from 2 to 4 players
At the beginning of the game, all cards are distributed to the players. These cards are held in two piles, face down, in front of each player.
The first player discovers the card at the top of his heap (without looking at it, in fact the game must be fast) and puts it in the center of the mat. The player to his left does the same, and so on. When a figure or an ace appears, the next player must also take out a figure or ace. For this, he is entitled to a number of attempts:
five attempts for a wild card;
four attempts for an Ace;
three for a king;
two for a lady;
and one for a valet.
If he fails, the player who placed the face or Ace picks up the central heap and puts it at the bottom of his pack.
To this first rule is added another which makes the game more dynamic and especially non-deterministic: if the player who discovers his card, lays a card of the same value on the heap as the previous card, then the players must cover the central heap with their hand. The first player to put his hand on the pile wins the cards in his game.
The winner is the first player to win all cards. After a figure or an Ace is out, if the player who is trying to do the same has no more cards, he comes out of the game, and it is up to the next player to complete the contract, minus the number of attempts already carried out by the former.
Generally, a player who has lost the possibility of continuing to hit the doubles will be allowed to return to the game.
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