FreeCell

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What is FreeCell

Description

FreeCell is a solitaire card game where you can arrange the cards inside the game with the same suit. Try to move them all into the foundation cells.

FreeCell is a game of chance and strategy. Chance is determined by the cards stacked on the chessboard; Strategy is determined by how many steps you calculate in advance to win the deal.

This game is a 52-card game. This is the standard deck to start any card game. However, this game is simpler. Because there is very little chance of losing. All ways of dealing cards can be won. Players do not need to worry about the difficulty of the game too much. However, for those who play it the first time, this game is also quite challenging. You should read the information and rules of the game carefully. This will make it easier for you to play.

The Rules

The goal of the game is to transfer all the cards to the platform. The freehand cells on the left are called freehand cells, while the fields on the right are called the background.

Start the game with eight columns of cards, all 52 of them, with seven cards in the first four columns and six in the other four.

All of the deck's cards are shuffled into eight columns on the chessboard, and you'll have to move them to get them all into their base in the correct order.

This arrangement is called a scene. From there, move the cards to the platforms. Each of the four decks, Spades, Hearts, Diamonds and Clubs, has its base.

Arrange the cards in order from Ace to King. Empty cells act as temporary holders, allowing you to move a card out of the way by placing it in the animation column.

How to win

You win when all the cards are arranged in the foundation. The cards need to be arranged in the correct 4 boxes: Spade, Diamond, Heart and Club. Make sure there are no cards left on the tableau.

The win rate of this game is very high. That number is 99.9%. Although there are also some ways of dealing cards that make it difficult for players, they are in the minority.

Freecell Solitaire was built by Paul Alfille in 1978. Since 1995, Microsoft has included Freecell Solitaire in every version of Windows, greatly increasing the worldwide popularity of the card game.

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