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Play Penguin Solitaire

A fun variant of FreeCell that you can win almost every time if you have enough patience.

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Penguin Solitaire game info

Penguin Solitaire is a variant of Freecell invented by David Parlett.

How to play Penguin Solitaire

Goal

Release the beak and move all 52 cards to the foundations.

Deal & layout

Penguin Solitaire is played with one deck (52 cards). The first card is dealt face-up to the first tableau pile and is called the Beak. The other three cards of the same rank are moved to the foundation and serve as the starting card for these foundation piles. The rest of the cards is dealt face-up to the seven tableau piles, resulting in each tableau pile having seven face-up cards. There are seven cells called the flipper, empty at the start.

Allowed moves