In Good Measure Solitaire, two aces are pulled from the deck, and used to start two of the four foundations. The remaining 50 cards are dealt into 10 piles of 5 cards. When a King is dealt into a pile, it is moved to the bottom of the pile before play begins. The top card in each of these piles may be moved between the piles or to the foundations. The piles may be built down regardless of suit, and the foundations must be built up by suit. When a pile has no cards left in it, the player may not start a new pile in it's place. When the player has moved all the cards to the foundations, he wins.