Use two packs of cards.
Shuffle and deal out forty-nine cards to the seven working stacks with seven cards in each of them. The first, third, fifth and seventh cards in each stack are facing up. The second, fourth and sixth cards are facing down.
Place the remaining fifty-five cards faced down in a pile to create the stock.
To move all of the cards to the foundations.
Foundations are built up by suit from Ace to King. Working stacks are built down by alternate color.
Turn over one card at a time from the stock to the discard pile. The stock can only be dealt through once.
The top card in the discard pile or the top card from any working stack may be moved to a foundation if it is the next highest card of the same suit.
The top card in the discard pile may be moved to a working stack if it is the next lowest card of a different coloured suit.
Sequences of cards can be moved between working stacks providing the drag card is allowed on the destination stack.
Faced down cards at the top of a working stack are turned over.
Empty spaces can be filled by any card or sequence.
Image of the solitaire game "Alternation" whilst in play.
Note: These rules are for the game Alternation as implemented by RikkiGame's "Solitaire Suite". Other rules for variations of this game may exist.