Eightoff Solitaire game is played using three different set piles which are:
The Tableau: These are the eight main piles that make up the table. Each tableau pile consists of six cards that are placed face-up.
The Reserves: These are the eight piles above the tableau piles. Out of these, four piles start off empty while the other four piles start off with one card each.
The Foundations: These are the four empty piles at the very top of the screen.
The objective of the Eightoff Solitaire is to move all the cards from the tableau piles to the foundation piles in ascending order following the same suit. When all of the cards are arranged in ascending order from Aces to Kings then you win the game.
Eightoff game is played using a standard deck of 52 cards. Out of 52 cards, 48 cards are placed on the tableau piles, with each piles having 6 cards that are placed face up.
The four remaining cards are placed in the four reserve piles while the remaining reserve piles start the game empty.
Moving Cards Around the Tableau:
The cards can be moved around the table descendingly if they are of the same suit and there is a difference of one rank between the cards. For example, you can move a Jack of Spades onto a Queen of Spades.
Moving Cards to the Foundations:
The base of each foundation starts with Aces after which the cards can be moved from the tableau onto the foundation, starting from Aces all the way up to the Kings.
Moving Cards from the Reserves:
The reserves are used to hold 1 card each. Four of the reserve piles start the game with 1 card already dealt to them while the other four start the game empty. An empty reserve pile can hold any card.
The game offers unlimited undos and you can undo your moves as many times as you want to. There is no limit over how many times you want to undo your moves, however, each undo counts as a new move.