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Play Klondike Solitaire

The original klondike solitaire card game that everyone has played.

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Klondike Solitaire game info

Klondike Solitaire is the original card game that no doubt you already know how to play! Together with Spider Solitaire and FreeCell, Klondike Solitaire is the most well-known solitaire game.

The goal of the game is to move all the cards to the set of foundation cells in the top right. Each pile must start with an Ace. All the other cards must be placed in ascending numerical order (with a matching suit) on top of the appropriate foundation pile. (E.g. A Spades, 2 Spades, 3 Spades etc).

Turn the deck over, located in the top left, to reveal more cards.

Groups of cards can be moved between the columns of cards in the layout. They must be placed in descending numerical order and with alternating colors (e.g. Red King, Black Queen, Red Jack, Black 10, Red 9). Only a group of cards beginning with a King can placed on an empty cell in the layout area.