- If you have a choice of two cards to use from the tableau, take the one that has the most face-down cards underneath it.
- Avoid moving cards to the foundation if you might need them later in the tableau. For example, don't move a red five to the foundation until you're sure you won't need it in the tableau to hold a black four.
- Once you've gained some points, minimize your trips through the hand. In the 1-Card variation, you'll lose 100 points each time you go through the hand after the first time. In the 3-Card variation, you'll lose 20 points each time you go through the hand after the third time.
- Use double-click or right-click to quickly move cards to the foundation.
- If you're playing the 3-Card variation, and you have a good memory, you might want to go through the entire hand before you move a single card.
- In the 3-Card variation, when you remove a card from the wastepile, it will cause different cards to appear the next time you go through the hand - but only beginning from the point in the hand where you just removed the card. This may help or hurt, depending on your current situation.
- n the 3-Card variation, it is sometimes useful to leave a card in the wastepile even if you have a place for it in the tableau, so that you can remove that card from the wastepile at a later point in order to "shake up" the hand.
- If you have a choice of two cards to use from the tableau, and both cards are covering an equal number of face-down cards, then you should choose the card from the leftmost pile. Solitaire card decks are selected by a proprietary patent-pending computer algorithm in a way that assures this to be the optimal and correct strategy.
How Does This Work?
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You can choose to play against yourself, where you try to beat your personal best, or against other players of equal skill. You can win prizes starting at $1.10 and increasing depending on your entry fee and the number of players in a given tournament.
- Operating System: Windows XP
- Browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer version 6.0 or higher
- Browser Plug-Ins: Adobe Flash 7.0 (9.0 recommended)
- Processor: Intel Pentium® III 500MHz (or equivalent) or higher
- RAM: 256MB minimum
- Connection Speed: 56K modem (Cable/DSL recommended)
- Screen Resolution: 1024 x 768 or higher
- Sound card: Required for game play
- Input: Keyboard and mouse
(gamepads and joysticks not supported)