The player arranges two stacks of five face down cards each for himself and an opponent. Then he must lays one card face up on each face down card. The remaining cards are shared between players. The object of the game is to take a lot of tricks.
This realization of Chinese Fool suggests variant of the cards' pack by Pieter Bruegel the Elder, a famous Flemish Renaissance painter and printmaker.
Fans of card games, solitaires, puzzles or who interested in European painting.