Year 1: Ohhhhh, black on red, red on black.
Year 4: Ohhhhh, the number on the card needs to be slightly lower than the one it goes on.
Year 17: Ohhhh, jacks and queens and kings are like elevens and twelves and thirteens
Year 33: Ohhhh, aces go off to the side.
Year 37: Aces are like ones.
Year 41: Aces collect numbers higher than the ones they represent, backwards from the other way around
Year 53: Nothing goes higher than a king.
Year 60: You flip three cards at a time from the deck.
Year 61: You can only do something with the top one of those three.
Years 62-99: Reallllly figuring it out.
[Editor’s note: The author has just finished reading “One Hundred Years of Solitude” but thought it was called something else the whole time.]
July 5 – Nardwuar the Human Serviette gets one hundred years of solitaire