How to Play
Yukon Solitaire is similar to Klondike Solitaire, a game that is widely referred to as Solitaire or Patience. The general aim of Solitaire is to move all 52 cards to the foundation piles, in the same suit and numerical order, ascending from ace to king.
To do this, you must first arrange a significant number of cards in descending order on the tableau. They also have to be placed in alternating colors. Then it becomes easier to arrange the cards into the foundation piles.
There are two main differences between Yukon and Klondike Solitaire. The most crucial difference is that you can move groups of cards from one row to the next, even if the numbers and suits are out of order.
The second rule of Yukon is that there is no stock or deck. All cards are dealt to the tableau, with some still facing down like in classic Solitaire. This rule adds a challenging element that may be trickier than some other variations of the game.
More Online Solitaire Games
Solitaire is a fun solo card game to keep you occupied and mentally stimulated when at home. Here are some more variations you can try out:
One Suit Solitaire - as the name suggests, this version of Solitaire uses one suit to simplify the game for beginners. Ideal if you're just getting started.
Gold Solitaire - a tricky Solitaire game that involves removing all cards into one waste pile.
Hot Air Solitaire - original Solitaire with a hot air balloon theme!