– 8 Tableau Stacks – build down regardless of suit.
– 4 Foundations – build up from Ace to King in suit.
– The Deck on the left.
Cards in the Tableau can be moved to a Foundation or onto another Tableau stack. Only one card may be moved at a time. The Tableau builds down without regard to suit, so any 4 can go onto a 5. An empty space can only be filled with a King.
Tap the deck to deal out 3 cards. Any of these cards may be moved onto the Tableau or the Foundations.
Move all cards to the Foundations to win.
Tips & Strategies:
Only one card may be moved at a time, so it is important to try and build in suit whenever possible. Try not to cover up too many cards with a lower rank, otherwise the game will be over rather soon.
How the game got it’s name:
Bristol was invented by Albert H. Morehead and Geoffrey Mott-Smith.