To access Solitaire gameplay rules, tap anywhere on the game screen to raise the bottom menu bar, the Rules button is located in the bottom right corner. Here is a direct link to the Rules.
Solitaire (also known as Klondike or Patience) is a card game played with a single deck of 52 playing cards. At first, 28 cards are dealt face down to form the tableau, which consists of 7 columns of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 overlapping cards from left to right, respectively. 
The exposed card at the end of each tableau column is turned face up. The 24 remaining cards are placed face down to form the stock.
The object of the game is to move the four aces, as they appear, to the foundations and build each up in suit from ace to king.
Turn cards face-up from the stock onto the waste. The top card of the waste pile may be played onto the tableau or foundations. Likewise, the top card of each tableau pile is available for play on the foundations or another tableau pile.
Cards within the tableau may be placed down in sequence and alternating colors. A sequence of cards may be moved from one tableau column to another. When a face-down tableau card is exposed, it is turned up automatically.
If a space is created in the tableau, it may only be filled with a king. The stock may be recycled from the waste pile when it becomes empty.
The game ends when all foundations are filled (in which case you've won), or when no more moves are possible (or when the only possible move is to recycle the stock). In this case, you've reached the end of the game, but you can try using the UNDO button in the menu bar to undo your card selections and make different moves for a different outcome.


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