Amazons is a solitaire card game which is played with a single deck of cards. What is interesting about this game is that it is played with a stripped deck, i.e. one that has its deuces, treys, fours, fives, and sixes removed. This game is so named because if the game is won, all queens are shown on full view, so all kings are removed as well.
First, four cards are dealt; the reserve. Above it is a space for the foundations. Once an ace is available, it is placed on the foundations and each ace should be placed in order on which they become available.
The order of cards is: A-7-8-9-10-J-Q.
The game is won when all cards are built onto the foundations, with the queens at the top.