Be careful with Freecell. Once you get into it, it can be hard to quit. Just. One. More. Game.
And knowing that almost all games of freecell are winnable (with a few exceptions, like the notorious Freecell game #11982 on Windows).. you just have to see how this one can be beaten.
So you undo a few moves. Maybe you even rewind back to the beginning and start over. And you figure it out and win that game.
"But I'll play just one more," you say. And so it begins.
In Freecell, the objective (much like in classic solitaire) is to move all cards to the foundation piles, starting with the Ace and ending with the King. These are done by suit, which means only hearts can go on the heart foundation pile and so on.
Also similar to the rules of Klondike Solitaire, is that out in the main area, cards are done by alternating color, and in descending order. Unlike Klondike, however, all cards start out turned face up. You know exactly which cards are where from the very beginning.
From here, it will all come down to moving cards around on the playing field strategically while uses your "free cells" temporarily to unbury cards.
It can be really tricky to figure out your strategy. But also super rewarding!back to the game
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