Deal With It is a
poker based puzzle game. Get the best poker hands going down,
across and diagonal. You have to act fast because there's a 10
second timelimit per move. The card with a star doubles the
score of each hand it is in.
There are many keys you can use to make your game playing more efficient:
Auto-finish—In foundation games, this moves all the cards it can up to the foundations
Replay the same game
Flip a card from the stock
There is also a card-finder keyboard feature you can use to help you locate cards:
Highlight the aces
1 though 9
Highlight the cards with the rank pressed
0 or t
Highlight the tens
d, c, h, s
Highlight the cards with the suit
Highlight the red or black cards
You may combine the rank keys with the suit or color keys. For example, if you hold down the "5" key and
the "d" key then only the 5 of diamonds will be highlighted. "a" and "r" will highlight the red aces.
You can use super moves to make your game playing more efficient.
Clicking or dragging a card that isn't immediately accessible will attempt to move all the cards
above it in its stack until the move is valid. The effect will be the same as clicking each card. If you
cancel the drag or undo the move, all the cards will go back to where they were.
Dragging a card or cards to the middle of a stack will attempt to move all the cards above the
destination out of the way. The effect is the same as clicking each card. To see where the cards will
move, hold the dragged card(s) at the destination for a second. If you decide to move the dragged
card(s) somewhere else, just drag them there and the other cards will go back to where they
were. Undoing the move will also move the cards back.
If you drag a card or cards to the middle of a stack and the cards that move away would be valid to
move back on top of the dragged card(s), then they'll slide out of the way and let you just slip the