HOW TO WIN AT SOLITAIRE by Walter B. Gibson

HOW TO WIN AT SOLITAIRE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

You don't cheat, by the way, but you can learn some thirty odd versions of solitaire from Mr. Gibson who has, in previous books, handled other card games, bricks, etc. After an opening section on general rules, terms, values, this is a description (with diagram illustrations) of the various solitaires, some simple and hard to complete, others which seem harder and are easier, a maze called Streets And Alleys along with all the old favorites, Grandfather's Clock, Canfield, Fascination... Light work for busy fingers.

Publisher: Doubleday