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The Penguin Solitaire is created by British game scholar David Parlett, and it requires careful planning more than just luck. Your goal is to move all cards to the 4 foundations, building up by suit and starting with the cards of the same rank as the first card dealt to the leftmost tableau pile (the "beak"). When the game starts, each of the 7 tableau piles at the top of the screen will be dealt 7 face-up cards. The first card dealt to the leftmost tableau pile will become the beak, and the other three cards of the same rank will be dealt to the vertically arranged foundations at the right, leaving one foundation empty. For example, if the beak is a 6 of spades, all other 6s will be dealt to the foundations. For the empty foundation, you will need to move the beak to it. 7 empty reserve cells are located at the bottom of the screen. The foundations are to be built up by suit starting with the beak, and wrapping from K to A if necessary. Cards in the tableau piles are to be built down by suit, wrapping from A to K if necessary. Each time you can move a card or a group of cards built down by suit to another tableau pile. Each empty reserve cell can hold 1 card, and cards in the reserve cells can be moved to a tableau pile or a foundation. When a tableau pile becomes empty, only a card of the rank immediately below the beak or a group of cards starting with that rank can moved to the empty tableau pile, for example, if the beak is a 6, only a 5 or a group start with a 5 can be moved the empty tableau pile. Try to free the beak as soon as possible and make good use of the reserve cells to have your name shine on the leaderboard!
Blackjack-s is a new take on a classic game. The goal is to get your card limit to 21 without going bust.
The dealer will draw one card, you place your bet against that one card. Once your bet is in place you can draw as many cards as you like to reach 21 or as close as, at any point you can stand and the dealer must draw. Its then a gamble to see who scores closest to 21. Oh and if you draw 21 while picking your cards, you win!
Gypsy Solitaire is an intriguing card game using 2 decks of standard playing cards, and your goal is to move all cards by suit from A to K to the foundations. When the game starts, 8 empty foundations will be located on the right of the screen. 8 tableau piles are located on the left of the foundations, and each of these tableau piles will be dealt 2 face-down cards then 1 face-up card on top. The remaining cards will be placed face-down to the stock pile at the bottom of the foundations. Cards on the tableau piles are to be built down by alternating colors, and you can move a card or a group of cards from one tableau pile to another according to this rule. When a tableau pile becomes empty, you can move a card or a group of cards to fill the space. If you have run out of moves, you can click the stock pile to deal a new card to each of the tableau piles. Cards on the foundations can be moved back to the tableau piles if necessary, so make good use of this rule to increase the chance of winning.
Crazy Quilt Solitaire
As unusual as it seems, Crazy Quilt is a challenging and fun solitaire game. Using 2 decks of standard playing cards, your goal in this game is to move all cards to the 8 vertically arranged foundations on the left and right of the screen. The 4 foundations on the left should be built up by suit from A to K, while the 4 foundations on the right should be built down by suit from K to A. When the game starts, the 4 Aces will be dealt to the foundations on the left, while the 4 Ks will be dealt to the foundations on the right. Then 64 cards will be dealt face-up to the tableau in the middle of the screen, with every other card rotated 90 degrees, for example on the first row, the first card is placed vertically, the second horizontally, the third vertically, and so on; on the second row, the first card is placed horizontally, the second vertically, and so on. The remaining cards are placed face-down to the stock pile at the top left corner, while the discard pile at the top right corner will be left empty. On the tableau, only a card that has a shorter side unblocked, i.e. not touching any other card, can be moved. To deal a new card to the discard pile, click the stock pile. Cards on the discard pile can be built up or down by suit using the tableau cards. The stock pile allows 1 redeal. Try to clear the threads from the quilt of cards now!