Freecell Solitaire is a unique member of the Solitaire family, in that all the cards are dealt face-up, and nearly every deal can be solved! We hope you enjoy playing this free online version of Freecell Solitaire 24/7, all without getting yourself covered in green felt!
-Review the tableau and the cards that were dealt before making your move. You need to think strategically and, like in Chess, think several steps ahead.
-Your first few moves should be small and should not require moving cards to a freecell, or require a card to be in a freecell.
-If you are able, fill an empty column with a descending, long card sequence that starts with a King.
-An early goal should be to free up a column, which will generally increase your chance of winning the solitaire game.
-Use the freecells to your advantage. They allow you to store cards that get in the way of the actual game play.
-Most Freecell Solitaire deals can be won (usually around 85 percent), while the success rate across other Solitaire games is generally less than 50 percent!
-A precursor to Freecell Solitaire is a card game called Eight Off. The Freecell Solitaire game you've come to recognize was built by Paul Alfille in 1978 for the PLATOR education computer system.
-Microsoft has included Freecell Solitaire on every release of Windows since 1995, helping significantly increase the card game's popularity across the world.
Good luck playing this free online version of Freecell Solitaire!