Klondike Solitaire

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Klondike Solitaire Overview

Welcome to the best of Klondike Solitaire! This is one of the most famous classic card games ever created and you can be certain that you're in the right place to experience it at its very best! In this free online version, we move you onto a virtual Klondike Solitaire green felt table! Keep reading for some helpful and fun information on this beloved game, and we wish you luck in the best of Klondike Solitaire, free and online today!

How to Play Klondike Solitaire

We have tailored the game to match your ability level; you can pick to play in either a one-card or three-card format! However, in both levels of Klondike Solitaire, the game fundamentals remain the same. You need to stack the cards sequentially from Ace to King by suit on each of the four fondation piles! Also remember that cards can only be placed on another if they are one higher and of an opposite color. You can also speed up your Klondike Solitaire gameplay by moving multiple cards at once, so long as they align with the aforementioned rules!
The diiference between the one-card and three-card versions of Klondike Solitaire, respectively, isn't too complicated! Cards are still dealt from the same reserve pile. They just happen one card at a time or three at a time — simple! You can then choose to play the top card that is showing to the table or to any free Klondike Solitaire foundation. Additionally, you can cycle through the waste and reserve piles as many times as you need!

Fun Facts about Klondike Solitaire

  • Why is Solitaire called Klondike? It is believed that the game got its namesake after the Klondike region in Canada, where a famous gold rush occurred. It is thought that the game was made popular by prospectors in Klondike!
  • If you fancy yourself to be skilled at Klondike Solitaire, you can expect to have a win rate of approximately 43%!
  • Even though classic Klondike Soliatire is named after a region in Canada, it is believed that this version of the card game actually originated from Europe in the latter stages of the 18th century!
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