100 BEST SOLITAIRE GAMES

SCU:978-1-58042115-7

Gabriel Packard
Sloane Lee

These are the hundred best and most enjoyable variations of Americas most popular card game solitaire! Loads of examples, diagrams, illustrations, and strategies keep the writing lively while showing you all sorts of fun ways to enjoy your favorite game. From straight-ahead solitaire to two-player games, Lee opens up the world of solitaire to make it a hundred times more fun! 188 Pages

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  • Chapter I: The Most Popular Games

    • Freecell
    • Bonus Freecell
    • Hard Cell
    • Jail Cell
    • Stalactites
    • Mix and Match
    • Klondike (often Called Solitaire)
    • "Klassic" Klondike
    • Agnes
    • Lifeboat
    • Spiderette
  • Chapter II: Strategy Games

    • Flower Garden
    • Flower Bed
    • Golf
    • Bisley
    • Scorpion
    • Baker's Dozen
    • Hamlet
    • Good Measure
    • Volcano
    • Betsy Ross
    • Old Glory
    • Duchess
    • La Belle Lucie
    • Trefoil
    • Shamrocks
    • Perseverance
    • Calculation
    • Bristol
    • Grandfather's Clock
    • Great-grandfather's Clock
    • Strategy
    • Double or Quits
    • Little Spider
    • Yukon
    • Victoria Baldwin
    • Poker Solitaire
    • Switch-a-roo Poker Solitaire
  • Chapter III: Travel Solitaire

    • Rainbow Canfield
    • Selective Canfield
    • Storehouse Canfield
    • On the Road
    • Decade
    • Season
    • Accordion
    • Squeezebox
    • Double Jump
    • Portable Double Jump
    • Aces Up
    • Royal Flush
    • Royal Marriage
    • Vegas Wedding
    • Perpetual Motion
    • Hit or Miss
    • Super Hit or Miss
    • Ultimate Hit or Miss
  • Chapter IV: Fun Games

    • Clock
    • Watch
    • Pyramid
    • Baroness
    • Everest
    • Fourteen Puzzle
    • Nestor
    • Gaps
    • Trickle Down
    • The Coombes
    • Monte Carlo
    • Captive Queens
    •  
  • Chapter V: Strategy, Two Packs

    • Napoleon at St. Helena
    • Lucas
    • Maria
    • Limited
    • Indian
    • Rank and File
    • Congress
    • Magic Carpet
    • Super Crazy Quilt
    • Virginia Reel
    • West Virginia Reel
    • Diplomat
    • Windmill
    • Lords and Ladies
    • Palace
    • Intelligence
    • Genius
    • Tournament
    • Sly Fox
    • Crescent
    • Spider
    • Mount Olympus
    • House in the Woods
    • House on the Hill
    • Room with a View
    • Big Ben
    • Dice
    • Red and Black
    • Downing Street
    • Stalactites
    • Mix and Match
    • Klondike (often Called Solitaire)
    • "Klassic" Klondike
    • Agnes
    • Lifeboat
    • Spiderette
  • Chapter VI: Solitaire For Two Players

    • Tea for Two
    • Double Trouble
    • General Notes
    • Illustrated Glossary
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