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You may have found your master in Double Freecell Solitaire. You have to think carefully and plan your moves carefully, only then you can win the game. Solitaire is a card game for one person, which was originally developed from the French game of Patience. This version of Solitaire is similar to the regular card game Solitaire Freecell. Like in the regular FreeCell: move all cards to the 4 foundation piles from Ace to King, wrapping to Ace and then to King again. There are 6 FreeCells (top left) where you temporarily can store 1 card. On the tableau the piles are built down by alternate color. The top card is available for play on the foundations, cells, or another tableau pile. Move groups of cards if they are in sequence down by alternate color and if there are enough free cells that the cards could be moved individually. Empty spaces can be filled with any card or sequence. People from all over the world love playing solitaire online. Solitaire is such a relaxing and cool card game. It is easy to learn and handle. Our Website contains only the best online solitaire games. Double Freecell Solitaire is by many considered one of the best card games. Have Fun!
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The philosopher Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz invented his very own version of the game, in which he had the holes "jump" instead of the stones. In other variations, there are several beginning constellations from which certain target configurations, such as a cross or a pyramid, will arise. The types of game boards also vary. Besides an enlarged version of the symmetric English cross, there are, for example, an asymmetric cross, a diamond with 41 as well as a small pyramid with only 15 fields. Usually, Solitaire is played by only one player. With two players, they will alternate in pulling cards and whoever cannot jump any longer has lost the game.