The 3-Card Klondike Solitaire is the most difficult kind of Klondike. When you click on the deck in the upper left corner, you get not 1, but 3 cards immediately, yet you can access only the last one.
With a new click on the deck, the cards laid out after the previous click are put aside beginning with the first card, and then new cards are added from the deck. If there are less than 3 cards remaining in the deck, then the cards that were put aside initially are added, starting wit the last card to be put aside. Also, a row of 3 cards is added from the cards that were put aside in case the top card is dragged onto the playing field. If there are no cards put aside, which may happen in the first round or if all the cards put aside were exhausted, no cards are added on the field.
This type of Klondike is much more complicated than the option with one card provided. It is necessary to remember what cards are in the deck, since in order to get the right one, in case it is not the last in the triple card hand, you need to get one or two cards in advance in the previous triple hands and make the hand go full circle.
Very few people can solve the 3-Card Klondike Solitaire without using the move cancel function. Klondike Solitaires are quite often unsolvable.