Have a break and a little quality time with yourself - have a game of Solitaire. Take the daily challenge or comfort yourself with a winnable deal. Either way you will have fun and keep your mind sharp while doing it.
Who doesn't love a good old game of Patience? My grandmother taught me FreeCell and Spider Solitaire as a kid, with a ragged set of cards in the summerhouse. Now, she is joyfully playing my digital version. I've made all these games so straightforward and self-evident that she has no trouble. I hope you will enjoy them just as much as my grandmother does, along with the more than 1 million players who come here every month for a break.
I've done my best to give the games that classical Solitare feel with smooth gameplay, a modern design, and all the well-known features such as undo if you regret a move, hint if you need a little help and restart when you want a second chance at a game.
If you're a regular player, you can customize your deck of cards to one of my 9 different designs or change the background color to one of your liking.
Whether you accept the daily challenge, take a random shuffle, or comfort yourself with a winnable deal, you have more than 320 free Solitaire games to choose from. They will keep your mind in shape because you're up against your toughest opponent: Yourself!
Have fun, and stay sharp!
This summary is for all of you who have played the game before but need a refresher on how to play. If you're a beginner, check out my guide on how to play Solitaire, complete with illustrations and a video tutorial.
The game's goal is to remove all cards from the tableau and onto the foundation piles. If you manage to do that, you've won!
The game consists of 4 main areas:
The foundation piles are ordered by suit and rank. Each foundation has one suit, and cards must be placed on the foundation in order (ace, one, two, etc.). You can use the following moves to move cards around between the tableau and the foundation:
Good luck while playing!
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The tableau piles are numbered from one to seven. The first pile has one card on it, and the second has two, and so on. The top card on each tableau is turned face up, and the cards below are turned face down. The cards left after being moved to the tableau are placed face-down on the stock. Both the waste and the foundations start without any cards on them.
I use the traditional scoring that you know from the Microsoft Windows™ games. It goes like this: