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Most popular Solitaire Games

BVS Solitaire Collection includes hundreds and hundreds of different solitaire variations. There are so many games to choose from and each player has his own personal favorites. Some of the most popular and best known games are listed below.


Klondike is one of the best-known solitaire game in the world, bundled with all versions of Microsoft Windows under the name "Solitaire".



Freecell is actually a logic puzzle in the form of solitaire game. Nearly every FreeCell game is winnable. Freecell is one of the few solitaire games based totally on the player's skill with no luck involved.


Forty Thieves

Forty Thieves is a challenging game of skill played with two decks. It is also known as Napoleon at St Helena.



Pyramid is also known as Solitaire 13. It is a fun and challenging game. The name comes from the unique initial game layout, where cards are arranged in a pyramid-like shape.



Spider is a game where the objective is to order all the cards in descending order from King down to Ace in the same suit. It is another solitaire game that has become popular through its inclusion with Microsoft Windows.



Tri-peaks is a variation of Golf and Black Hole, but with elaborate scoring system that rewards early progress and long series.



Yukon is similar to Klondike. The main difference is that you can move groups of cards between tableau piles regardless of whether those cards are in sequence. As long as the first card of this group forms a descending sequence with the card it is moved onto and those two cards have different colors then it is a valid move.



Scorpion is a difficult but addicting game similar to Spider but played more like Yukon. The game was first described in "The Complete Book of Solitaire & Patience" by Albert H. Morehead & Geoffrey Mott-Smith.


Seahaven Towers

Seahaven Towers (a.k.a.Sea Towers) is a solitaire game created by Art Cabral that shares similarities with other popular solitaire games such as Freecell, Eight Off, and Baker's Game. Compared to Freecell, SeaHaven Towers is widely regarded as a more challenging game, requiring players to exercise greater care, strategy, and foresight.