Hello the Internet and here's six tips for solitaire, solitaire is a fun little game that I find pretty relaxing it's easy to pick up and the games typically don't last longer than a few minutes before we start let's cover a little bit of vocab the section where you start stacking cards to win is the foundation the playfield is called the tableau.
here we go 6 tips for solitaire :
1) Move Kings off of stacks
lose Kings off of stacks and do this as your first priority any card on the tableau under a king is unusable this is a bad position to be in and go into the game unwinnable if the King isn't moved off a valuable card to .
2) Use 1 card draw
use one card draw if you do a three card draw there will always be two cards you can't access immediately this can be frustrating when your blocks from the card you need or an ace to get a foundation pile started.
3) Don't stack too often
don't stack too often by creating larger stacks on the tableau you can run into a situation where you're creating deep stacks on top of Kings but you're only using four of the 7 piles this really restricts how easily you can move cards around in order to reveal facedown cards remove cards in and out of the foundation for.
4) Don't add to the foundation too quickly
don't add to the foundation too quickly if you add cards the foundation at every chance you get then you will probably find that one of the suits in the foundation is much further ahead than the others this can cripple your card movement on the tableau it can be beneficial to keep cards on the tableau until all the suits can be stacked to a similarly high card on the foundation.
5) Climb the ladder
climb the ladder in the mid or late game you'll have to deal with two situations digging under stacks to get to facedown cards and need to move cards to the foundation so you can continue winning you'll have to climb the ladder where you just move sections of stacks around in order to get to the important card you need it'll come naturally for you in time so don't feel like you're playing incorrectly when it happens.
6) don't place cards lower than 4
6 don't place cards lower than 4 this is an absolutely core rule when I play solitaire the most important thing to maintain is how much agility you have on the tableau low value cards from the deck do not help you reveal cards and can quickly be added to the foundation when you shuffle again I think 4 is the optimal number since it allows you to move threes if you run into them and twos can be added to those threes you can pick your own magic number +4 is I'm pretty successful for me anyhow that's my primer in solitaire thanks for watching if you enjoyed this video please give me a like and check out my other stuff see you.