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The objective of Solitaire is to arrange all the cards in a specific order according to their suits and ranks.


  • Solitaire is typically played with a standard deck of 52 cards.
  • Shuffle the cards thoroughly and deal them face-up in a specific layout, depending on the variation of Solitaire being played.
  • The most common layout is the “Klondike” version, where seven columns of cards are dealt, with the first column having one card, the second column having two cards, and so on. The top card of each column is face-up, while the rest are face-down.
  • The remaining cards are placed in a stockpile face-down.

Card Rankings:

  • The ranking of cards in each suit, from highest to lowest, is: K, Q, J, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, A.


  1. The goal is to build foundation piles in ascending order, starting with the Ace and ending with the King, for each suit.
  2. Move cards from the tableau (the columns of cards) to the foundation piles or between tableau columns following specific rules.
  3. In the Klondike version, cards in the tableau can be moved to another tableau column if they are in descending rank order and have alternating colors (e.g., a black 7 can be placed on a red 8).
  4. Cards can also be moved from the tableau to the foundation piles if they follow the ascending rank order and belong to the same suit.
  5. You can flip face-down cards in the tableau by uncovering them through moves or by moving cards from the tableau to other piles.
  6. If you empty a column in the tableau, you can place a King (along with any cards that may be on top of it) in that column.
  7. If you can’t make any more moves, you can draw cards from the stockpile and continue making moves if possible.
  8. The game ends when you have successfully moved all the cards to the foundation piles or when no more moves are possible.


  • The game is won when all cards are successfully moved to the foundation piles in their proper order.


  1. Before making any move, analyze the layout of the cards and plan your moves strategically.
  2. Focus on uncovering face-down cards in the tableau to access more cards and create more potential moves.
  3. Prioritize moving Aces and cards that can uncover facedown cards in the tableau.
  4. Be mindful of the order in which you build the foundation piles, as you’ll need to leave spaces for higher-ranking cards.
  5. Try to create long sequences of descending cards of alternating colors to create more opportunities for moves.
  6. Always keep an eye on the stockpile and try to use the drawn cards wisely.
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