Have Time to Kill Alone? Try These Fun One Player Card Games

One player card games
Single player card games are great means of having some fun and entertainment when you are all alone. Winning in single player card games is not easy each time and this very thing can make the player more eager and desperate to win it by a lot of practice. There are many card games besides Solitaire on the Internet.
Klondike
Klondike
Klondike is a version of solitaire which is very popular and famous everywhere in the world. It is also known as just 'Solitaire'. The aim of this game is to start with the ace and consequently make four piles in an increasing order.
You will need a set of 52 cards for playing this game. The cards are dealt and seven stacks are created such that the first stack has a single card, the second stack has two cards, the third stack has three cards and finally the last stack should have seven cards. The face of the card which is at the top of each stack is up. Our aim is to move all the cards in the game into their correct piles.
~ You can move a card on to a higher card of different color.
~ A King can be used to fill the space (if created).
~ The cards build on the Aces of the same suit in an increasing order.
~ Foundation piles are begun with the positioning of the aces above the top card row.
Baker's Dozen
Baker's Dozen
Baker's Dozen is a version of solitaire. Like Klondike, this game too requires the standard deck which consists of fifty-two cards. In this game, our target is to build the four suits in different piles. The suits will be built from the Ace to the King in these separate piles.
You are supposed to deal thirteen cards with their faces up in a row and then deal three more rows which will be a part of the earlier row. The setup is complete when you get all the fifty-two cards in thirteen columns.
~ The Aces, which are the foundations are placed above the entire setup or the tableau.
~ You can play the cards which are from the same suit in the increasing order on all the Aces.
~ Play only those cards which are totally uncovered, on the foundation.
~ Removing a card played on the foundation is not allowed.
~ A column which gets empty during the course of the game remains empty.
Canfield
Canfield
Canfield is also one of the most popular one player games which you will really enjoy. The target for us is to arrange all the cards in their foundation piles. The rules for the setup of this game are different from the other solitaire games.
You have to make sure that thirteen cards are dealt in the reserve after the cards are well shuffled. The tableau will consist of four cards which are in a single row with their faces up.
~ The initial foundation pile starts with a single card dealt up above a row.
~ All the foundation suits will start with a particular rank (number).
~ In case the stacks contain no cards in the course of the game, a new card is added from the reserve cards.
Bowling Solitaire
Bowling Solitaire
The bowling solitaire is believed to be one of the simplest card games which uses fifty-two cards and two jokers. The player has to remove all the cards with combinations such that the total points are equal to ten. In this game, all royal cards have ten points.
~ In this card game, the joker can be paired with any card and it is called the wild card.
~ You cannot remove more than two cards at a time.
~ The number of cards that are removed have to be marked in the score sheet.
Single player card games are the best way to spend time alone. Along with the fun quotient associated with them, they help us to enhance our ways of thinking.
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