♣J
♣7
♣     ♣

♣     ♣

♣     ♣
♣8
♣     ♣

♣     ♣

♣     ♣
♣9
♣     ♣

♣     ♣
♣     ♣
♣     ♣
♣10
♣     ♣
♣     ♣
♣     ♣
♣     ♣
♣     ♣
♣A
 
 
♣Q
♣K
♠J
♠7
♠     ♠

♠     ♠

♠     ♠
♠8
♠     ♠

♠     ♠

♠     ♠
♠9
♠     ♠

♠     ♠
♠     ♠
♠     ♠
♠10
♠     ♠
♠     ♠
♠     ♠
♠     ♠
♠     ♠
♠A
T
♠Q
♠K
♦J
♦7
♦     ♦

♦     ♦

♦     ♦
♦8
♦     ♦

♦     ♦

♦     ♦
♦9
♦     ♦

♦     ♦
♦     ♦
♦     ♦
♦10
♦     ♦
♦     ♦
♦     ♦
♦     ♦
♦     ♦
♦A
 
 
♦Q
B•B
♦K
♥J
♥7
♥     ♥

♥     ♥

♥     ♥
♥8
♥     ♥

♥     ♥

♥     ♥
♥9
♥     ♥

♥     ♥
♥     ♥
♥     ♥
♥10
♥     ♥
♥     ♥
♥     ♥
♥     ♥
♥     ♥
♥A
 
 
♥Q
♥K
H
Discard
Jack Stack
Welcome to HoBBiT Solitaire!
In HoBBiT Solitaire you are moving cards from the three piles on the left to the three piles on the right. You can only move a card onto a pile on the right if it defeats the top card on the pile.
HoBBiT Solitaire uses the standard HoBBiT card strength and point system: Kings are the strongst, followed by queens, aces, 10s, 9s, 8s, then 7s. Hwaiet King of Hearts, B'shenzy•Boo Quean of Diamonds, and Tanner Ace of Spades are always high trump, stronger than the king of the current trump suit.
A trump card will always win against a non-trump card. In HoBBiT Solitaire, the three high trump cards "complete" a pile so that you can re-start playing on it.
At the beginning of the game, before any jacks have been placed onto the Jack Stack, there is no trump suit. Then, whenever a jack is placed onto the Jack Stack, its suit becomes trump. The changing of the trump suit also opens up new possibilities for moving cards onto piles that were previously inaccessible.
Bonus!
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