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11 Out Instructions

Remove cards from the screen in groups that total 11. It is a 52 card deck, but the Jacks, Queens, and Kings have all been replaced by Aces. Aces are worth 1. There are 22 cards on the board, plus 30 in a draw deck. You can click on any cards on the board that are not covered, and the top card in the deck to total 11. Selecting a card will high-lite it. Clicking on it again will unselect the card. If you can't remove any cards, select Next Card to change the top card in the draw pile. When you skip a card, the card is placed in the first available spot on the board. Click Take Score when no more cards can be placed or removed. A total of 3 rounds are played.

Scoring: Each row on the board is worth a different value 100-600, bottom-top. Each card removed scores the value of its row. The value of the card on the top of the deck is based on the row the card would have been placed in if it was skipped (0 points if it couldn't be placed). If you skip a card, you lose points based on the row it is placed in: 100-600 points. At the end of the game, each removed group of cards 11 is worth 1000. If you clear the board, you get a 10,000 point bonus plus 1000 for every card left in the deck plus a timer bonus worth 0-5000.

Minimum High Score: 60,000 - required to qualify for a high score.

Strategy: You have 16 Aces, but that doesn't mean you can waste them. From the very beginning, look at the last row and make a plan on how to close out the game. To get the really high scores, closing out in all 3 rounds is not enough. You must do it using as few cards a possible and in as little time as possible.