"Free Cell" is the fourth most popular solitaire game after the "Spider Solitaire", "Klondike Solitaire," and "Rug Solitaire". In this solitaire, all the cards are laid out in 8 piles facing up. At the top, there are 8 cells. 4 cells on the right are used for the assembly of the sequence of cards from Ace to King for each of the suits, whereas 4 ones on the left are auxiliary. The auxiliary cells can be temporarily covered with other cards, no more than one per each cell. For each card in the stack, you can put another card of the opposite color and one rank lower than the current one. For example, you can put the Jack of Diamonds on the Queen of Spades, on the Seven of Clubs 6 of Spades, etc.
You can put any cards in the empty cells. You can not stack cards in a sequence in auxiliary cells. Cards can be dragged one at a time, but there is a so-called "supermove" to speed up routine operations. That is, you can pull the whole stack simultaneously, but only if the number of free cells allows to do so, i.e., so that in theory it could be done with a single card.
In a simplified version of Free Cell, you can drag-and-drop stacks regardless of their size and number of free cells, and it is also acceptable to put cards from the house back into columns. p>
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