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Leave as many different kinds of face card places open for as long as possible both when dealing and when removing cards. This increases the likelihood of being able to continue if a face card comes up.
Try to remove 2-card combinations early in the game. This increases the likelihood of being able to handle more arrangements later on. Late in the game, however, be willing to take 3- or 4-card combinations if doing so will uncover more than one face card place.
Removing all possible cards isn't always the right strategy. As the end of the deck approaches it may be prudent to remove a couple of cards and start dealing again in hopes of getting the card that will allow a vital face card place to be uncovered.
Don't get discouraged if you lose a lot of games at first. Beginners lose almost every game. Experts lose fewer, but they still lose many more than they win.