Solitaire Klondike – 1 and 3 suits.
Create four piles of cards – one per suit – in ascending order (beginning with Ace and ending with King.
The game is played with a single pack of 52 playing cards. After thoroughly shuffling the deck, a row of eight cards is dealt face up to start the tableau. A further five rows of eight cards are dealt face up on top of the first to form eight columns of six cards each. The final four cards are dealt to the first four columns so that the first four columns in the tableau each contain seven cards and the last four columns on the right each contain six cards.
The object of the game is to build the four Home Cells up in ascending suit sequence from Ace to King
The main purpose of the game is to remove all cards from the table, assembling them in the tableau before removing them. Initially, 54 cards are dealt to the tableau in ten piles, face down except for the top cards. The tableau piles build down by rank, and in-suit sequences can be moved together. The 50 remaining cards can be dealt to the tableau ten at a time when none of the piles are empty.
– Played with 2 decks.
– The Tableau consists of 10 stacks with 5 and 6 cards in each stack.
– A deck that deals out one card to each stack.
See screenshot to the right for a visual.
– Played with 1 deck.
– Klondike like Tableau. The Tableau consists of 7 stacks ranging from 1 card to 7 cards in each stack.
– Spider like deck. The deck deals out one card to each stack.
is a version of solitaire similar to standard Klondike solitaire, but with the following additions:
-Groups of cards can be moved; the cards below the one to be moved do not need to be in any order, except that the starting and target cards must be built in sequence and in alternate color. For example, a group starting with a Red 3 can be moved on top a Black 4, and the cards below the Red 3 can differ.
-There is no stock in Yukon. All cards are dealt at the beginning; however, some are face down.
A Patience game using a deck of 52 playing cards. Although somewhat related to Spider, the method of game play is akin to Yukon. The object of this game is to form four columns of suit sequence cards from king down to ace.
The game starts with 49 cards dealt into seven columns of seven cards each on the tableau. The first four columns each have three face-down cards with four face-up cards placed over them. The cards in the remaining three columns are all faced up. The three leftover cards are set aside for later.
Cards in the tableau are built down by suit and every face up card is available for play, no matter where in the column it is. That means that any card can be placed on top of a card that is a rank higher. Once a card from the bottom or middle of a column is moved, all cards on top of it are moved as well, as one unit. Nothing can be placed on an ace and gaps on the tableau can only be taken by kings or sequences with Kings as their top cards. Once a face-down card is exposed, it is turned face up.
A Patience game that is almost identical to Scorpion. It is played like Scorpion except that when a gap is formed, any card or sequence can be placed in it. This gives the player more chances of winning than in Scorpion.