Solitaire Board Game 

Solitaire Board Game - Marble and Onyx

Solitaire Board Game was first started in the mid 18th century in Europe - probably the prisons of Bastille, Paris, where prisoners were kept in isolation or solitary confinement. It was also called 'peg' where players would place pegs in holes. It is also termed as 'patience' in Britain. It is said that Napoleon played solitaire while in exile. 


 Solitaire Board Game-Black and White Onyx


 Solitaire Board Game-Green and White Onyx

Solitaire Board Game - Perfect for Gifts

Made with onyx or marble with onyx balls is one of the best and oldest indoor games for the winters. These board games are beautiful sets made with onyx - a natural product of Pakistan. 

The ones in the pictures are high quality turned solid Onyx Solitaire boards, with onyx balls. Precision drilled holes with an outer grooved ring to hold the balls. 

The quality is first class, the finish is smooth and polished. Quality Onyx Solitaire boards beautifully crafted make a stunning addition to anyone's game collection, make a terrific looking coffee table ornament that can be played anytime by all ages. Colors range from green board and white balls, black boards and white balls and more natural colors of onyx.

A great gift to send to anyone.

Turn off the TV. Keep the computer off and still stay entertained. In these days of social distancing and lockdowns all around the world and people - grown ups and kids - are staying in doors together, this kind of games can help a lot in killing the boredom and also in getting the family together for some collective fun.

Solitaire Board Game - Rules of playing

Object of the game:

Remove the pieces (marble/onyx balls) one by one by jumping over each other, finishing with 1 final piece in the center hole.

Set the board up by placing all pieces (marble balls) in the 33 holes. The center piece is marble ball #1, which sometimes has a different color.

How to play - Rules:

  1. Player starts off by removing the center piece.
  2. Select a piece and jump over the adjacent one into a vacant hole.
  3. Always jump horizontally or vertically and not diagonally.
  4. The 'jumped over' piece is removed from the board.
  5. The player repeats this move until there are no more pieces left to jump over.
  6. The game is over when the player cannot jump over any of the other pieces.
  7. The player can only finish a game successfully, by landing in the center hole with the final move.

Prevent leaving a piece too far removed from others, it might be impossible to reach it and jump over it in future moves.

Have fun playing Solitaire!

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