Draw 5 tiles from the deck. The second pile has 2 cards. This FreeCell solitaire game has all the same deals as the original Windows game that came free with your computer (1-32,000). Like the most addictive computer games, the premise of Yukon Solitaire is simple, and a player may soon find themselves engaged in round after round.
The stock pile contains the remaining cards in the deck and can be turned out three at a time or one at a time, depending on individual preference. For example, if I knew that the third column was about to be dealt an Ace of Diamonds, perhaps I could see to it that the only cards in that column before the deal would be the King through Two of Diamonds.
Tableau: The seven piles that make up the primary desk. There are two standard decks of cards and the player aims to organise cards into eight complete suits and remove them from the tableau. All of your cards are on the 24/7 solitaire playing area at all times. The exposed bottom card of each tableau can be moved, either into a free cell or onto an exposed card of value one higher and of the opposite colour.
A King may not be built on an Ace, and Aces must be placed as foundations as fast as they become movable. Then fill in the rest of the 5 x 5 grid at the bottom right with the cards in the stock pile, and resume play. The risk of losing a diamond because of a loosened prong is greater with four claw rings than six-clawed ones.