This one shouldn't be too hard.
Preparation stage: Take a shuffled deck of standard playing cards and deal 13 face-down piles of 4 cards each. Pick up each pile, arrange the order of the cards however you like, and put it back face-down before moving on to the next pile. Once you put a pile back, you can't return to it. Once you have gone through all the piles, turn the top card of each pile face-up.
Playing stage: Stack cards by putting lower cards on top of consecutive higher cards of the same suit. You can move a whole stack of consecutive cards. You can have at most 13 piles. If you ever have less than 13 piles, you can move a stack with a king at the bottom to the empty spot. If a face-down card is ever at the top of a pile, turn it face-up. You win if you can get down to 4 piles (which will be the king-to-ace sequence for each suit).
What strategy in the preparation stage will guarantee victory? (Let me know if the game rules aren't clear).
EDIT: It is currently unclear if there is a way to guarantee victory. The answer pointing this out is the currently accepted answer. A strategy which is proven to guarantee victory OR a proof of no such strategy existing are welcome.