I'm at Gold Grandmaster - 425 after 406 games. I've discovered that if you have a black card, and you can put a non suited card on top of it, and your choices are a black or red card, choose the red. There is a pattern to the way cards shuffle and get dealt. It's not a 100%. Sometimes you have to go back and try the other card, particularly if you uncover a new card doing so. Also, do not fill any empty slot in the first deal. You cannot win if you don't uncover face down cards. Just keep stacking, then use the empty spaces to rearrange. Never let an empty space go to waste, if you can do some rearranging first.
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