Baker's Game

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Baker's Game

Etymology[edit]

Named after C. L. Baker, who introduced the game (which he had learned from his father) to Martin Gardner.

Proper noun[edit]

Baker's Game

  1. A variety of FreeCell in which cards on the tableau are built down by suit (e.g., place 4 on 5).

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