Accept the penalty for an invalid turnIf you played in an invalid way, then you cannot end your turn without accepting a penalty A penalty is a way to punish you when you end your turn in an invalid way. For example, when you end your turn while not all cards on the table are part of a valid meld.
In some games, you have to draw extra cards from the stock. In other games, you have to skip one or more turns as a penalty.
See: penalty rule . Most of the times, you will undo your moves and avoid the penalty, but sometimes you'll actually want to accept the penalty.
Accept the penalty
In menu, click , then choose .
As the item says, all the moves you did are reverted, and the penalty is applied.
In a game with the rule You must play if you can, when you can indeed play something, the menu item reads . In that case, the computer will do a move for you before the penalty is applied.