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Klondike Games

During Klondike solitaire games you will usually flip through a Stock one or three at a time trying to move them to Foundations that must be ordered in suit. Movement between Columns is always possible when the build rules are followed. In some games only single cards may be moved, whereas other games will allow you to move several together as long as they are packed into proper order.
Klondike Flip-3
Probably the best known of all solitaire games, Klondike is our #1 game.
Klondike Flip-1
This variant of Klondike plays in the classic style of flipping only a single card at a time.
Double Klondike
Twice the Klondike fun using two decks! Play Ace to King to each Foundation twice.
Klondike Garden
Plays like classic Klondike, but you may chose any "Garden" card instead of flipping through the Stock.
Forty Thieves
This is one of Solitaire Network's top 3 games and has been played millions of times.
Canfield
Solitaire games don't get any more classic than Canfield.
Double Canfield
This version of Canfield uses the standard 13 cards in the Reserve. It is a easier than the 40 card version.
Double Canfield 40
This second variation of Double Canfield has a 40-card Reserve making it harder.
Bristol
Similar to Klondike but features a unique rule that flips over three separate cards for each Stock click.
Flower Garden
This game is one of our favorites. Give this great solitaire a fair try.
Fortress
Uses the unusual rule of building Columns up or down in any suit.
Four Captives
One of Solitaire Network's most popular original games. Can you free the four aces?
Kansas
A Solitaire Network original with an unusual rule to build 4 Foundations up and the other 4 down.

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Gaps Games

Gaps solitaire games all have the common trait where the layout must be arranged from left to right and from two to king in the same suit. Aces are removed after the shuffle forming gaps in the layout. Cards are then moved from any place in the layout to any of the 4 gaps as long as certain rules are observed.
Gaps
This easy and fun-to-play game has plenty of decisions to make.
Unlimited Gaps
This variant of Gaps is impossible to lose, but still quite fun. See how fast you can complete it.
Free Parking
This is similar to Gaps but with more choices. Use cards on both sides of the gaps to make your moves.

Hand Building Games

In this section the games are all based on other popular games or sports where the goal is to fulfill the rules of those games in some way. Although it is helpful to have a knowledge of the games these solitaires are based on, it is not necessary to enjoy them.
Bowling
Put on your bowling shoes for a full game of Bowling solitaire. You're 12 Strikes away from that perfect game.
Poker Sqaure
Poker players will enjoy this classic solitaire adaptation. Score 100 to win.
Blackjack Square
A Solitaire Network original. Form Blackjack hands and score 30 points to win.
Cribbage Square
This game is a good excuse to learn Cribbage! Score 60 to win.

Tri-Peaks Games

Tri-Peaks Solitaires are characterized by the playing of cards that are one rank higher or one rank lower than the rank of the previous card played. The game is won if the entire layout can be moved to a single Pile.
Tri-Peaks
An all-time favorite! Can you deconstruct the 3 pyramid peaks?
Tri-Peaks Garden
Instead of flipping cards from the Stock, pick any card you want from the "Garden" to continue playing.
Golf
Solitaire at its simplest. Just play cards one higher or lower.
Black Hole
Similar to Tri-Peaks and Golf but with more choices to make.

Eliminator Games

Eliminator solitaires are a diverse group of games. They all have the common trait where the goal is to eliminate all cards one at a time in some manner. In a few of these variants the deck is all dealt out initially, but most of these games require you to decide when to add cards to the layout before eliminating others.
Osmosis
This very unusual game is difficult to catagorize. See what you think of it.
Osmosis Peek
This variation of Osmosis gives you a peek at all of the Reserve cards. You may also choose your starting card.
Tam O'Shanter
This simple game is great for when you just want to hang out and not think too hard. You get 2 redeals.
Blue Bonnet
This Solitaire Network original is similar to Tam O'Shanter but adds a free move between Stock clicks.
Royal Marriage
It is up to you to lead the betrothed King of Hearts to his Queen. Will the marriage take place?
Accordion
Probably the hardest game to win on Solitaire Network, but we know that our players LOVE the challenge!
Colorado
A fresh new double-deck game that is similar to Strategy and Klondike.
Calculation
Exercise your brain in this recent addition to the Solitaire Network family of games.
Aces Up
With very simple rules, winning is elusive. Finish with just Aces remaining.
Aces Up - Relaxed
An easier version of Aces Up that allows a one-time move. You decide when to use that move.
Eliminator
Six chances to clear the board. This is not as easy as it looks.
Strategy
Another of our personal favorites. The name says it all.
Sir Tommy
This underrated game is very challenging. Definitely put this one on your list.

Free Cell Games

Free Cell solitaire games are similar to the Klondike variants where you must arrange the layout into four Foundations from Ace to King in the same suit. However, only one card may be moved at a time. Since this makes it difficult, these games provide a certain number of reusable open spaces (free cells) that may each hold any one card.
Sea Towers
Also known as Seahaven Towers, this is quite a challenge. It will take careful planning to beat this one.
Penguin
One starting Foundation rank is purposely buried deep. Can you free the Penguin card and win?
Free Cell
Use the four free spaces to win every time.
Eight Off
Similar to Free Cell. Use the 8 spaces to help you along.