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FreeCell

Object
To move all the cards to the foundations.

Rules
- 4 foundation piles (top right) - build up in suit from Ace to King.
- 4 cells (top left) - storage locations for cards. Only 1 card allowed in each cell.
- 8 tableau piles (below foundations and cells) - build down by alternate color. Move groups of cards if they are in sequence down by alternate color and if there are enough free cells that the cards could be moved individually. Spaces can be filled by any card. At the start of the game 7 cards are dealt face up to the leftmost 4 piles, 6 cards are dealt face up to the remaining piles.

Storehouse

Object
To move all the cards to the foundations.

Rules
- 4 foundation piles (top right) - build up in suit from Twos up to Kings, then Aces. At the start of the game the Twos are dealt here.
- 4 tableau piles (below foundations) - build down in suit. Move groups of cards if they are in sequence down in suit. Spaces are filled from the Storehouse if possible, then by any card. At the start of the game 1 card is dealt face up to each pile.
- stock (top left, face down) - turn over 1 card at a time to the waste, by clicking. Two redeals.
- waste (next to stock) - top card is available for play on the foundations or tableau.
- reserve (the "Storehouse", left of tableau) - Top card always available for play on the foundations or tableau. At the start of the game 13 cards are dealt to this pile.

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Canfield Solitaire Family

Abandon Hope

Object
To discard all the Clubs.

Rules
- 24 tableau piles (4 rows of 6 piles each) - discard Clubs singly and in any order by clicking on it.
- stock (face down, right) - fills tableau during redeal.
- waste (right, below stock) - where Clubs go out of play.
- redeal button (right bottom) - Three redeals are allowed. At each redeal, all the cards from the tableau and from the stock are reshuffled.

Compass

Object
To move all the cards to the foundations.

Rules
- 1 center card (center) - dealt to the center pile at the start of the game. This card determines the rank of the base cards of the other 4 piles. This card is available for play on the 4 foundation piles if necessary and can be replaced by another card of the same rank. There is no building on this card.
- 4 foundation piles (corners, in the 4 directions) - build the top and bottom (North and South) piles up regardless of suit from the rank one higher than the rank of the center card, wrapping from King to Ace as necessary. Build the left and right (East and West) piles down regardless of suit from the rank one lower that the rank of the center card, wrapping from Ace to King as necessary. Each pile can contain any number of cards.
- stock (face down) - turn over 1 card at a time to the waste by clicking. Two redeals.
- waste (next to stock) - top card is available for play on the foundations.

Base Pyramid

Object
To pair up all the cards in the deck in pairs of cards whose ranks total to 13.

Rules
- Base Pyramid of 35 cards. Only uncovered cards are available for play. Discard pairs of cards whose ranks add to 13. Kings are discarded singly. To discard a pair, drop one card on the other.
- stock (top left) - turn over cards one at a time to the waste by clicking. One redeal.
- waste (below stock) - top card is available for play.

Four Winds

Object
To move all the cards to the foundations.

Rules
- 4 foundation piles (on the 4 sides, the four "winds") - build up in suit from Ace to King. At the start of the game the Aces are dealt here.
- 16 tableau piles (4 each adjacent to each foundation) - No building. Top card is available for play on the foundations. Spaces are filled from the waste or another tableau pile. Spaces may only be filled by a card of the same suit as the suit of the foundation pile adjacent to the space. At the start of the game 1 card is dealt to each pile.
- stock (face down) - move 1 card to waste by clicking. 1 redeal.
- waste (beside stock) - top card available for play on the foundations or spaces in the tableau.
09 August, 2007

Windows Mobile for Smartphones Solitaires Update

New versions of Windows Mobile for Smartphones solitaires are available for download.
11 July, 2007

Windows Mobile Solitaires Update

New versions of Windows Mobile solitaires are available for download.
18 June, 2007

Terrace Solitaire

Terrace is a two-deck game with elaborate rules and good prospects
for skillful players. We warn you, this is a very addictive game!
30 May, 2007

Online Solitaires Update

Today we update our online solitaires.
21 May, 2007

Strategy Solitaire

Strategy is an unusual game, because dealing the cards is half of the
game. You have a choice about where the cards are dealt to. It requires a
lot of concentration, but has a good success rate.
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