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The first tip I’m going to give you is to take your time before making your first move. The game doesn’t start until you make an action so take a look at your table and plan ahead on what cards you are going to move.
You get 20 points for turning over the face-down cards on the table or placing cards from the deck. Moving cards up to the foundation scores based on what the value of the card itself is. Aces will give you 100 pts, 2’s will give you 90, 3s score 80, etc all the way down to 10s and face cards which get you 10 points each. When you finish a match, you get a time bonus based on the amount of time remaining.
When you run out of moves and end the game early you will get a time bonus. This is calculated by the amount of seconds you have left multiplied by the amount of aces you’ve played.
Do not empty a display pile if you do not have a King to put in its place. You don’t gain anything if you have an empty space. A space in Solitaire Cube can only be filled by a King or a sequence starting with a King. So, leave your options open.
Always move an Ace or Deuce to the stacks up top whenever possible. This rule seems to be common sense. Thus, does not need any more explanation. However, don’t put anything higher than a deuce until later in the game. This is a key component to my Solitaire Cube strategy.
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