PART ONE | the task roulette:
WATCH A PAY PER VIEW CONCERT. WATCH HIGH SCHOOL FIELD HOCKEY PRACTICE.
- PLAY SOLITAIRE BUT DON’T CHEAT.
PART TWO | how I solved it:
+ 8 rows and 7 columns table with a cell of 3 units height and 3 units width,
+ 4 units from the right edge, vertically centred.
+ The frame grid is diagonally divided into 2 parts, for the 2 rounds of solitaire I played for each drawing or book. This way the arrangement of the cells corresponds to the layout of the cards at the beginning of the game. (However, the layout of the second game is to be rotated 180 degree, to fit the lower half of the divided grid.)
+ For each drawing or book I played 2 rounds of solitaire, and marked the colour of individual playing cards, in the order I opened them during the game, each into their corresponding cell.
+ The first game is marked in the upper half of the grid, while the second round in the lower half.
+ A red card (Diamond or Heart) is marked with a little 1 by 1 unit black square in the middle of the cell; for a black card (Cross or Peak) the cell is painted black. A white/blank cell means the game was over before that card was opened.
PART THREE | few samples: