Wednesday 6 October 2021

Solitaire redifined with

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Relaxation,recreation,entertainment all these signify a time to rest,relax,enjoy and be entertained.

With so many folks working online or from home,it's no brainer that people also look for their entertainment needs to be met online

There are so many free resources to play free games online without putting a hole in your pocket or giving you so much hassle on signing up,sharing your details and making the whole experience cumbersome.

Free online game sites like are redefining the online games space with more fun and entertaining games.

Solitaire has since been regarded as a bit monotonous,but has been able to spice and rebrand it with more features,versions and upgrades to get you loving solitaire again.

There are lots of improved versions like the mahjong,golf,pyramid, freecell and lots of great solitaire versions to choose from,all for free!

Free online games

For example,lets focus on the freecell solitaire.
An average starter is equipped  with instructions on how to play and navigate..

Starting Your Game

After the loading progress has reacched 100% click on the white and black start button. This will load the game's welcome screen. Click on the blue and white button in the bottom ceter of the game's welcome screen to start your game.

The game interface offers four buttons in the upper right corner: new deal, how to play, sound control, and exit game.

Game Features

The  Freecell Solitaire game automatically deals your cards to the Tableau.
 If you do not like a deal, or you are stuck on a game, you can click the new deal button near the top center of the screen. This game allows you to shuffle through the reserve pile an unlimited number of times. 

Your current score and number of moves is shown at the top left of the screen. This game has a control menu on the top right. Replay hand, help, turn sound on or off and restart game. 
Game Design

The playing field is organized with eight columns on the Tableau. All 52 cards are dealt into the game space.
Game Scoring
You start with 500 points. 
Every move is -1 points. 
Try to complete the game with as many points as possible! 

The 4 Foundations are on the right. 
The 4 free cells are on the left. 
All cards are dealt into the game space. 
A Beginner's Guide To Freecell Solitaire

If you’ve played traditional Classic Solitaire, and looking to play one of the fun variations,Freecell Solitaire is indeed a very good upgrade.

Freecell Solitaire differs from the Classic Solitaire in that the cards are dealt face-up. Also, unlike more challenging versions, such as Spider Solitaire, very few Freecell Solitaire games are unsolvable. 

History Of Freecell Solitaire

Solitaire, in its original form, emerged in the 1700s in northern Europe and was widely known as “Patience”. The game didn’t make its way across the Atlantic to the USA until 1870 where it became known as “Klondike Solitaire”, then just “Solitaire”. 

Freecell Solitaire is based on a 1968 version of Solitaire, called Eight Off. Eight Off then led to a variant called Bakers Off. In 1978, it was then adapted for play on a computer.

 Instead of matching by suits, cards were matched by color, and thus Freecell was born. 

Freecell has been included with every popular Windows Operating system since 1995.

Like Solitaire, the goal of the game is to stack cards into sequences. These sequences are based on suits and rank. For example, the cards will be stacked K, Q, J, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, A with other cards of identical suits.

Freecell adds “cells” as an option for moving cards. No other traditional version of Solitaire allows this. 

Hoye's Rules of Games suggests without using any undo moves players should be able to win roughly 1 in 30 turn 3 Classic Solitaire games. Extensive use of the undo button or playing in turn 1 mode can dramatically lift the odds of winning to above 80%.

In Freecell, almost all games are winnable by players with a good skill level.  

Want to test out your solitaire player skill?? Head on up -- awaits!

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