Bakers Game Free Cell 6

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Welcome to the hardest variation of Free Cell Solitaiire, Baker's Game. Baker's Game was invented in 1968 by C.L. Baker, and like Free Cell, Baker's Game is an open game. Cards are dealt facing up in eight tableau piles.

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Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/Server/95/98, Unix/Linux, Mac OS, Other
Publisher:
Free Cell
Price:
Freeware
File size:
2.48 Mb
Date added:
July 12, 2011
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Welcome to the hardest variation of Free Cell Solitaiire, Baker's Game. Baker's Game was invented in 1968 by C.L. Baker, and like Free Cell, Baker's Game is an open game. Cards are dealt facing up in eight tableau piles. The goal of Baker's Game is to complete 4 card foundations following Ace to King. The four additional cells are used to store one card at a time. Cards within the cells can be moved either back to the tableaux or foundations.
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