The Fair Market is a two-decks patience. The game is begun by dealing 12 cards to the tableau and one card to the reserve cell. All cards are dealt face up. Eight foundations are above the tableau. Kings and Aces are dealt to the foundations. The remaining cards form the stock.
The object of the game is to build up in suit four foundation piles on Aces (from Ace to King) and to down in suit piles on Kings (from King to Ace).
Only the reserved card and a top card of a tableau pile are available to play. You can build tableau piles up or down in suit.
In Figure, you can place Q on K and 5 on 4.
The reserved card can be moved wither to the foundations or to the tableau.
If a space in the tableau is created, you can move the top card of any pile or the reserved card to the empty space. If the reserve cell is empty, you can move any top card to it.
After you have exhausted all the plays among the tableaus and foundations, click the stock to deal 12 cards more.
The stock cannot be reused.