If you enjoy the classic card game of Solitaire or Patience, then you are sure to love this casino version of the game. The aim is to return as many cards to the suit stacks as possible, starting with the Aces as foundations, and the more cards you return the more you will win. The game is fast paced, easy to learn, and is sure to provide you with hours of fun.
The game is played with a single deck of 52 card and there are four foundations for suit stacks, which are initially empty. There are also 7 column stacks with cards fanned down and the top card face up. The first column has 1 card, the second has 2, and so on until the seventh stack, which has 7 cards.
The remaining cards are placed face down in the pile in the upper left corner. You turn over the cards one at a time and try to bring them down to the column stacks. You need to stack cards in descending order and alternating in colour. For example, King of Clubs, Queen of Hearts, Jack of Spades, 10 of Diamonds, 9 of Spades, and so on.
The suit stacks at the top need to start with the Aces are and then be filled in ascending order. The aim is to return as many cards as possible to these suit stacks.
You will go through the pile of remaining cards just once bringing as many down as possible to the column stacks and up into the suit stacks. When you have finished the pile, you will be paid out according to how many cards you have returned to the suit stacks and then the next game can begin.
At the start of the game, you will be asked to choose your bet. For every 52 units that you bet, you will win five units for each card that you place in a Suit Stack. For example, if you bet 5.20 on the game, you will win 0.50 for every card that you successfully return to the suit stack. This is the only bet that you need to place in the game. There is no need to worry about complex betting strategies, rather the skill lies in the manipulation of the cards.
The game does not have many special features but there are some controls that will increase your enjoyment. If you draw a card from the pile but realise that it is a mistake, then you can undo the move and return the last card to the pile. There is also an Auto Play option and if you turn it on then it will automatically place available cards in the suit stacks. You can also view a history of your last few games.
Casino Patience will pay you for each card that is successfully returned to the suit stacks. You are paid 5 unites for each card returned.