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Yukon Solitaire

The Yukon Solitaire game takes you back to this fun while giving you new challenges! Yukon Solitaire is very much like Klondike Solitaire, you will surely enjoy it just like you like Klondike Solitaire game. Play this game with your family and friends now!

Similar to other Solitaire games, Yukon's goal is to transfer every card from Tableau to the four Organization piles. On each pile you must arrange the cards on it in ascending order starting with the Aces to . Organizations are organized by relevance and hierarchy. In Yukon Solitaire, there are only two different types of stakes.

  • The Foundations: Four that you try to fill in the top right corner.
  • Tableau: You try to clear the main table which is made up of seven piles.

How to play

Yukon Solitaire is a deck of cards set up in seven columns with four empty squares.

As long as the first card you pass forms a descending sequence and has the alternate color of the card passed in, you can move multiple face-down cards from column to column even if the group is out of order. For example, a black 5 might have a Jack and a 7 on it. This group can be reddened six times.

You can place a King or a group of cards with the top King in an empty column.

When the cards are stacked on the ground from Ace to King, the player wins the game.

Allowed moves

  • You can move the Tableau tab to Foundations.
  • Move a card from Foundation back to Tableau.
  • Move one or more cards from one Tableau pile to another. You can move multiple face-up cards together in Tableau, even if they're out of order.
  • You can turn Tableau cards face-up.
  • You can Undo as many times as you like.

The game keeps track of your moves and clocks how long it takes you to finish. Have fun playing the game and good luck.

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