about Solitaire Classic

The popular card game Klondike, sometimes referred to as Patience, has an online variant called Solitaire Classic. Can you organize the cards by suit and number? See what you can add to the tableau by drawing 1 or 3 cards from the stockpile.

How to play
One deck of cards is used to play this game of card solitaire. Seven columns of the cards are laid out on the table after they have been shuffled. Each column's bottom card is the only one to be turned face up. The remainder is set on its back. The tableau refers to this area of the gaming board. After assembling the tableau, the remaining cards are stacked on top of one another and put face down in a corner. The stockpile or stock is the name of this stack.

The face-up cards in the tableau can be removed and stacked on top of one another from high to low. You must switch between the red and the black cards as you accomplish this.

There are four empty spaces located above the tableau. Here, you can arrange the cards in ascending order (high to low). To do this, arrange the cards according to suit. (That is, by the icons: clubs, hearts, spades, and diamonds). You win the game when all of the cards are in these four locations.

Don't worry if you make a mistake. The 'undo' button is present in this game. This allows you to perform backward movements.

Additional Features
By using the options menu (the button with the gear on it), you can modify a number of game aspects. For instance, you can switch between a right-handed and a left-handed tableau configuration by pressing the button with both hands at the same time.

You can choose between constantly drawing three cards at once (3-card draw) and always drawing one card from the stockpile (1-card draw). The draw of three cards makes it more challenging to win the game.

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