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Gaps Solitaire

Gaps Solitaire is a pretty complex version of Solitaire.
Click Start and also read further on this page below the game for more information on how to play.


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How To Play Gaps Solitaire

52 cards are drawn out in front of you when you start playing. There are 13 cards in each horizontal line and 4 in each vertical line. Aces are removed from the board, leaving you with 4 empty card slots to use during play.

The goal of the game is to arrange all cards in each horizontal row in the following order: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, J, Q, K. Each row must only contain cards of the same suit.

Wherever you see a gap, you can place a card that is in the same suit and is sequential to the card to the left (numeric-wise). If you have an empty gap anywhere at the far left of the screen, you can place a '2' card. Once you get a 2 in the leftmost slot, it becomes easier to find matches and to get a row completed.

If at any time you are not able to move, you can shuffle your cards and all the cards that are not in the correct order are going to be shuffled around the playing area. Also, when you shuffle, the left vertical row will be left blank, allowing you to then move any 2's to the area where they belong, if they weren't there already.

When you first begin playing this game, having hints on is extremely helpful, as it is a bit tougher to get used to this game compared to other versions of Solitaire. As you get better, I would advise turning hints off because they get distracting.

  

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