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There are dozens of free online solitaire games that you can play at PlayOrDown. They’re a great way to challenge yourself or just to pass the time. You can find the top solitaire games right here, and you can play them through your browser 24/7 from anywhere – no download required.

The goal of every solitaire game is the same, organize the cards on the gameboard from King through Ace and move from the foundation piles to tableau piles. Where the games differ is when it comes to how many decks are played and how you can move the cards.

Solitaire is a strategy-based card game that requires players to think ahead when moving a card, but also remember what cards were flipped over in the draw pile already.

Klondike is the most popular version of Solitaire. It’s played with a single deck of cards divided into seven foundation piles and a draw pile. You can move cards provided they will sit on a card of the opposite color and in descending order. There are different dealing styles you choose, depending on the level of difficulty you’re seeking; The most challenging option is a3 card deal that only goes through the cards three times. A single card deal is a good way for a beginner to learn the game.

FreeCell is another popular single deck solitaire game. All 52 cards are dealt face-up, and there are four spaces above the foundation piles that you can use to store cards. Unlike Klondike, cards can only be moved onto cards of the same suit but also in descending order. Moving cards is a bit trickier, as it requires empty foundation piles or enough empty spaces in the storage piles to move the cards.

Spider Solitaire is one of the most challenging solitaire games, and there are many different variants, each with its own set of rules.

Whether you have a favorite solitaire game or you’re just looking for a new game to play, odds are we have what you’re looking for. Don’t worry if you’ve never played the game before. We’ll teach the rules, strategies, and even some tips needed to win.

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