Author: Roger Waters |
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Requires: Win All |
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Shenandoah is an easier version of Virginia Reel where wastepile cards can fill a space in the tableau Shenandoah can be won about half the time. Shenandoah has the following features:
The foundation cards of rank 2, 3, or 4 are marked with yellow. Aces are marked with blue.
All cards that can go on foundations are marked with a light blue colored square.
Wastepile cards that can be used to pick up cards in the tableau and thereby make spaces are marked by a dark blue colored square. It is good to fill the tableau with these cards.
If a wastepile column has a card which could potentially keep a card of the same suit underneath it from being played on the foundations, that column is flagged.
A table indicates which cards have yet to be dealt as determined from the face-up cards.
The probability of a space being made in the tableau on the next deal is shown and is based on the cards already dealt. This could help to decide which cards should go on an empty tableau space.