Here’s a good little solitaire game that will give you some time with Tarot. It’s called Queens of Fate. It’s a good metaphysical and Occult themed game that even though it’s mundane in aspect really carries alot of symbolism if your paying attention. I’ve been playing it for some time and even though the rules at first are strange, it doesn’t take long to get the hang of it.
So, if you have a bit of free time and want to give it a go, the rules can be found here: Queens of Fate
Perhaps I’ll do a Youtube video on it. It’s a pretty challenging game, and I like to use it as teaching aid. When a card comes up I’ll go over its meaning and depending on the time I have I’ll see how it interacts with whats already on the table. It’s also fun to see what cards ‘defeat’ others or work together to clear another from play.
This is me playing Queens of Fate with my Star Wars Tarot deck:
The main focus of the game takes place with the cards on the blue mat > I keep my Queens at the top, the next layer down are the Court cards, and the next the Minors that come into play. On the left of the mat the draw pile (Destiny) is on the bottom left, drawn cards go directly to the right (challenge area), and Fate cards above that. My two discarded piles are for Major Arcana which with this Tarot deck are the black boarder cards face up, and the one laying horizontal on the top left face down are the minors along with the court cards – basically anything not a Major Arcana. My play area differs a little from the rules, but I accomplish the same thing.
I’m not gonna go over the rules, because it takes a bit of practice to understand them fully. I may post a video shortly playing a few hands.
Overall this is a fun game to play that if you’re open enough can not only be entertaining but also enlightening.