**How to play**

Klondike solitaire has four foundations, which start off empty.

There are seven tableau columns.

The first starts with one card, the second with two cards, and so on to the seventh, which starts with seven cards.

The remaining cards can be dealt three at a time into the discard pile.

As they become available, the four aces can be played onto the foundations.

Cards of the same suit may be played on each ace in ascending order, from low (2) to high (king).

Build sequences in descending order and alternating colors.

If a column is emptied, any visible king can be dragged to fill that space.

You win klondike solitaire when all suits have been built up.

YOU WIN!

Start a new game
This month |
All time
*Updated every 15 minutes*

- In this classic patience game, you are given a deck of 52 standard playing cards, and your task is to move all of them to four foundations at the top right corner by suit from Ace to King.
- The game starts with seven tableau columns containing an ascending number of downturned cards from left to right.
- One upturned card is dealt to the top of each tableau column, then three upturned cards will be dealt to the discard stack and the remaining downturned cards become the stock, which is placed at the top left corner next to the discard stack.
- The four foundations are initially left empty.
- Before moving to the foundations, the cards can be placed on the tableau piles.
- The topmost card on the discard stack can be dragged to a tableau column if the topmost one on the tableau pile is an alternate color and an immediately higher rank, for example, the 6 of clubs can be dragged to the top of the 7 of diamonds or the 7 of hearts.

- The aim of the game in klondike solitaire is to build all four suits up from Ace to King in separate piles at the top right corner.

- In this classic patience game, you are given a deck of 52 standard playing cards, and your task is to move all of them to the four foundations at the top right corner by suit from Ace to King.
- The game starts with seven tableau columns containing an ascending number of downturned cards from left to right. The first starts with one card, the second with two cards, and so on to the seventh, which starts with seven cards.
- One upturned card is dealt to the top of each tableau column, then three upturned cards will be dealt to the discard stack and the remaining downturned cards become the stock, which is placed at the top left corner next to the discard stack.
- The four foundations are initially left empty.
- Before moving to the foundations, the cards can be placed on the tableau piles.
- The topmost card on the discard stack can be dragged to a tableau column if the topmost one on the tableau pile is an alternate color and an immediately higher rank, for example, the 6 of clubs can be dragged to the top of the 7 of diamonds or the 7 of hearts.