Solitaire - Free Online Game

Solitaire is one of the most popular card games in the world: match all the cards in the right order - online, free and without registration!

The History of Solitaire Solitaire as a Computer Game Instructions
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The Most Famous Card Game

The single player card game Solitaire, also known as Solitaire or Solitair, has made its triumphant entry into the digital gaming world in the Klondike versions. The aim is to sort the cards alternately Red and Black and then place them in ascending order on the Ace piles. Start a free game of Solitaire now and find the right solution, even with challenging starting combinations.


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The History of Solitaire

The exact origin of single player card games such as Solitaire, also known as "Patiencen" (French for "patience") in Europe, is unknown. Some sources claim that they were invented during the French Revolution by a nobleman who was bored waiting for his execution. However, it is possible that the game of Solitaire originated in Germany and spread from there to France and then to the rest of the world. There are different versions of Solitaire card games such as Spider, FreeCell and Klondike. In America and Canada, single player card games are called Solitaire and are usually played according to the Klondike principle. Klondike Solitaire probably originated in the Canadian region of the same name, famous for its gold rush. Our Solitaire is also based on the Klondike rules.

Solitaire as a Computer Game

Klondike Solitaire has been popular since the 1990s, when Microsoft Windows 3.0 first included a free computer version of the card game. All subsequent iterations of the operating system, as well as Windows Phone, have also included a pre-installed or free downloadable version of Solitaire. Our free online Solitaire game features a leveling system that gives you experience points after each successful game. Solitaire automatically saves your score so you don't lose your progress. You can stop playing and start again at any time. What's more, all of our solitaire levels are solvable. So if you get stuck in Solitaire, just use the Undo button and try another solution.


  • Sort the Solitaire cards from the seven tableau piles in the center of the picture in descending order. A Red card must be followed by a Black card and vice versa. The sorting order of Solitaire is King, Queen, Jack, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, Ace.
  • If no more moves are possible in the tableau, turn over face-down cards on the Talon pile at the top left or on the tableau piles.
  • Place the face-up Solitaire cards on the Ace piles in ascending order from the Ace to the King according to suit (Clubs, Hearts, Spades and Diamonds). If all four Ace piles are complete up to the King, you have won the game of Solitaire.
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