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About Klondike Solitaire
Klondike Solitaire (Classic Solitaire) is the world's most popular card game. If you've played just one solitaire card game, it was probably Klondike. This version of Solitaire became incredibly popular after the release of Microsoft Solitaire that was released with Windows 3.
There are 7 columns of cards that are dealt out to create the Base or Tableau. The left most column begins with a single card and each column to the right has one more card than the previous. The cards are dealt overlapping with the final card turned face up. The cards that are not dealt into the columns are placed in a stock pile at the top left of the game screen.
There are 3 basic ways you can make a move in Klondike Solitaire. You can move cards from one column to another column. You can move a column from the columns to the foundations (also called suit pile) at the top right of the game screen. You can also click the stock pile on the top left to deal a card from the stock pile into the waste pile so you can then move it on to one of the columns or the suit piles.
The columns in the game are also called the tableau. You can move any card in the tableau that is flipped face up. If you move a card that is face up, but is not on top of the pile you will need to move all the cards lower on the column with it.
Moving Cards Between Columns
You can move the card into another column if the value of the card you are moving is one less than lowest card in the column you are moving it to, and it is a different color. The effect is the columns are built down from King to Ace alternating colors RED, BLACK. If a column is empty, you can place any King onto the place where the column was.
Moving Cards To The Foundations
You can move a card from the column to the foundations at the top right of the game screen. If the foundation is empty, you can place an Ace on top of it. If there is already a card in the foundation, you must place a card of the same suit, with a value one higher than the current top card.
The Stock Pile
When you run out of moves, you can deal an additional card from the stock pile on the top left of the game screen by clicking the pile.
How To Win
is to build up the foundations in the top right from Ace to King by suit. There are no suits initially assigned to a foundation pile until you place an Ace on it. After placing the Ace you need to place all cards of the same suit in that pile in the following order 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Jack, Queen, King. Once all four foundations contain a King you've won the game.