- Decks: 1;
- Difficulty: Easy (any card in the empty spaces) and Hard (only Kings in the empty spaces);
- Game time: Medium;
- Probability of winning: 15% (easy) and 5% (hard);
- Type: Skill/Luck;
Send all cards to the foundations in ascending order of suit.
- There are 4 foundations (upper right corner);
- Each foundation accepts cards in ascending order and with the same suit;
- Only the top card can be moved.
- The game features 7 piles below the foundations;
- The cards in these piles must be arranged in descending sequence and with alternating colors;
- Can be moved in groups if the group is valid;
- In the easy version it is possible to place any card in the blank spaces, while in the difficult version the empty spaces must be filled by a King.
- It is located in the upper left corner;
- Click to deal a card to each pile.
You can choose between two variations (easy or hard). Use the "New Game" button to choose.
Any Card in the Empty Spaces (easy)
- Simpler and faster game mode;
- It is possible to move any card to the empty spaces of the piles, making the game considerably easier.
Only Kings in Empty Spaces (hard)
- In this variation the challenge is much greater, so the probability of winning are smaller;
- Only Kings can be placed on empty spaces on the stacks.
- Release the hidden cards as soon as possible;
- Organize the cards to free up empty spaces on the piles;
- Empty spaces must be occupied by Kings or other available high cards. In the hard version they must be occupied by Kings.
History of Easthaven Solitaire
Easthaven is a solitaire game that mixes the key elements of Klondike and Spider Solitaire. From the Klondike came the number of piles (seven), the way of arranging the piles (alternating colors), and the way cards are moved to the foundations. As for Spider Solitaire, the inspiration was the way the cards are dealt (one in each pile). The game first appeared in The Complete Book of Solitaire & Patience Games, published in 1949.
For more experienced players, it is possible to make the game much more challenging by changing a small rule: empty spaces must be filled with Kings. For those just starting out or looking for a quick diversion, the game with the simplest rules is recommended.
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Klondike variation in which the piles start empty and all cards are in the stock.
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