Klondike is a solitaire card game. Your goal is to fill the 4 Foundations by following ascending suit sequences (from Ace to King). No download is required.
A single 52-card deck is used in the classic version of Klondike solitaire. The cards are mixed before 28 cards are given out in seven heaps on the table in Klondike solitaire.
The aim is to stack all of the cards into the four suits of the deck (diamonds, clubs, hearts, and spades) in ascending order, from ace to king.
The piles are known as tableaus, and they are arranged on the table in seven columns from left to right.
Each tableau's bottom card is turned face up, while the remaining 24 cards (those not handed out) are kept in a single pile known as the stock.
Drag and drop cards into the tableau you want to put them in.
Stack solitaire cards on the foundation piles in order of suit, from ace to king. Each foundation has its unique look and feel.
Atop the table, cards can be put on cards that are one higher and of the opposite colour. You can move numerous cards at once as long as they're all in descending order and of different colours.
On empty columns, only kings or sequential groups with a king at the top are allowed.
On the waste, you can play the top card to the table or the foundations.
You need to put all 52 cards on the foundation in order from ACE to King. The cards have to be arranged according to the suit of Spade, Diamond, Heart and Club. Usually, you need to use up all the cards in the stockpile.
Moreover, you are not allowed to take any illegal steps.
You will be scored. Points are calculated by valid moves and the number of posts posted to the foundation.
When moving the cards in the tableau, you need to arrange them in descending order from King to ACE. However, you need to follow one more rule. The cards should have opposite colours. You can only place a black Queen on a red King. Placing a black Queen on a black King is an unauthorized move.