For example, let's say you have played the 9 from the first tier, and couldn't make any more plays in the next two tiers. After consulting the chart above for "You've Played One Card in Previous Tiers", we see that all cards in any tiers below the first tier will move one position to the left the next time through the deck. The K and 8 will move one position to the left into Center positions. Both the K and 2 will move one position to the left into End positions. The A and 7 must also move one position to the left, but since there are only three cards per tier, they both must now move UP into the next tier and become Door cards there. Practice with your own Solitaire program by playing one card from any tier. Make a note of all the cards in the next couple of tiers below the tier you played from, but skip through the rest of the deck (even if you could make further plays) until you reach the end and have to go back through it. The next time through, notice that after the tier you played your card from, the Door cards have become Centers, the Centers have become Ends and the Ends have moved up into the next highest tier and become Door cards.. Klondike Solitaire with Vegas rules and cumulative scoring.. Vegas Solitaire Strategy Guide Guide Covers the Vegas-Style Version of Klondike Solitaire In our Klondike Solitaire Strategy Guide we explored the standard version of solitaire in which one card is turned over from the deck at a time..