Chance of winning is 1 in 10 games
Forty-nine cards are dealt into rows, with the remaining three cards face-down in reserve. The object of the game is to build down on the kings in sequence and in suit. Any face up card can be built down in suit on any other face up card, not just the bottom card, no matter where in the pile it is; even a card buried in a pile can be played and all the cards below it will move with it as a unit. Nothing can be built on an ace.
When you get to face-down cards in the rows, turn them over and add them to play. Only a king can fill in the space created by clearing out a whole row.
When you can't play any more cards, add the three reserve cards; they will be dealt to the bottom of the first three rows.
Look at each face-card that covers a face-down card. Trace backwards to see if it can be removed.
When you have a space, trace the series of plays that would follow it create another space
Avoid reversed sequences, these may create blocks