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Byron Morgan
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Just wondering if there were any solo rules or variants out there, did a quick look around bgg and didnt see any.
 
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I have never tried this one, but it is the only one I know about.

https://boardgamegeek.com/thread/1418263/solo-variant-race-a...
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I just play two players/hands myself, and make the plays with each that I would have made without knowledge of the opposing hands. Probably not what you're looking for, but it's not bad.
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dbolyard wrote:
I just play two players/hands myself, and make the plays with each that I would have made without knowledge of the opposing hands. Probably not what you're looking for, but it's not bad.

Doing that works just fine with three hands also!
 
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I only play seven-handed, three-deck solo.
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Well, yes, you would.
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The solitaire race mentioned above is quite good, although it's vulnerable if you get the card that puts the floor cards back on the deck.
 
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gillum wrote:
dbolyard wrote:
I just play two players/hands myself, and make the plays with each that I would have made without knowledge of the opposing hands. Probably not what you're looking for, but it's not bad.

Doing that works just fine with three hands also!


I'm in the multi-hand camp as well (I don't own enough decks to beat Chris's total).

I tried the one solitaire variant and even started working on my own but the game is structured in such a way that moving from one hand to another detaches you enough from previous "players" that it works well for solitaire with the normal rules.
 
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