Freecell Solitaire is a solitaire game that became very famous because it became a standard part of all Windows operating systems from 1995. Unlike many other card games, in Freecell all cards are placed face up on the table. Also, all cards in the tableau are processed and so there is no pile from which you can draw extra cards. How do you play Freecell Solitaire Cards? Within the tableau you can stack the cards from king to ace, alternating between the black and red cards. At the top right you see four boxes with the symbols hearts, clubs, shops and diamonds. This is where you have to move all cards from Ace to King. You have to sort the cards correctly by color (the symbols). At the top left you see the four empty cells (‘free cells’) after which the game is named. Here you can set aside a maximum of four cards that are of no use to you at the moment. But beware: the more cards you put aside here, the fewer cards you can move within the tableau as a sequence.
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