Play Solitaire Now - Classic Solitaire Blue

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Play Classic Solitaire Blue:

To play Solitaire now, try this free, really cool version called Classic Solitaire Blue.

This game is part of the free online brain games collection.

To begin, click the Small, Medium, or Large link under the picture of the game. This opens the game in a pop-up window.

If you like this game, you might enjoy playing the other free online solitaire games on this site, including Spider Solitaire and Tripeaks.

Play Solitaire Now - Classic Solitaire Blue Instructions

Classic Solitaire Blue. From the game developer: Classic Solitaire Blue brings the all-time classic card game to a modern classy setting.

It answers the players calls for the "traditional" to be married with the "modern." Featuring the classic solitaire gameplay we all love together with a relaxing soundtrack, it guarantees hours of brain teasing and fun.

Combined with the highly polished graphics that Softgames solitaire games are known for, this is a must play for all lovers of solitaire! Enjoy this card game masterpiece!

Sort all cards to the four piles on the left. First decide how many cards you want draw, 1 is better for a beginner, 3 are more challenging. Flip cards to find their value and drag them onto any card of an opposite color and suit.

The cards have to be sorted based on their rank. Each pile’s foundation starts with an ace and has to be built in ascending order from aces to kings. A card - or a group of cards - can be moved to one of the seven columns as long as its ranking and color suit.

Note: The instructions below are for the old Adobe Flash version of the game.

Your score displays in the score card area on the left. The Title box displays your level of solitaire expertise based on your number of wins.

The Current box shows your score for the current game, while the Total box shows your score for the rounds of solitaire played this session. Wins/Losses displays your win-loss ratio.

HOW TO PLAY. Ronin Solitaire is a variation of the traditional solitaire game played with a 52-card deck. In this version, the starting card from which you build your stacks varies (Jacks, Queens, Kings, or Aces).

When you find a starting card, drag or double-click it to the matching slot in the horizontal row at the top of the game. Stack cards of the same suit in ascending order on top.

There are four ways you can manipulate the cards:

  1. Move cards from the four stacks in the lower horizontal row to the appropriate stack in the upper horizontal row.

  2. Move the bottom card from the vertical stack on the left to either of the horizontal rows as allowed.

  3. Move a card from the Shuffle pile at the bottom of the game to either of the horizontal rows as allowed.

  4. Move individual cards or stacks from the lower horizontal row to another pile in that same row.

Use the lower horizontal row to help uncover cards in the Shuffle pile and left-hand stack. Move cards from these other stacks to the lower horizontal row by alternating number and suit with the exposed card.

For example, if the four of hearts (a red card) is displayed in the second pile in the lower horizontal row, then the three of clubs or three of spades (both black cards) could be played on top of the four of hearts.

If you get stuck, click the Shuffle button to reshuffle the cards in the Shuffle pile. Avoid reshuffling if you can, though, as you receive a 30 point penalty each time you use this feature.

If you really are stuck and want to fold, click the CONCEDE button. This allows you to start another round of solitaire while marking the current game as a loss in the Wins/Losses box.

Go ahead and play Solitaire now, but don't forget about all the other cool brain games on this site. Have fun!

Published: 04/29/2010
Last Updated: 06/11/2020

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