An original solitaire game with an equally unusual name. Who is this King Albert? The game doesn't explain this. Moreover, there are exactly four kings here, as in any 52-sheet card deck. And which one is Albert? We will not cling to the name and delve into its research, but will study solitaire itself.

Remember Kerchief. Here you will find a lot in common with her. Well, first of all, the card layout itself is the perfect klondike solitaire. But. Unlike the classic game, all the cards are laid out on the table at once, and only seven are left in reserve. Note that the King Albert Solitaire layout is formed only from open cards. At no point in the game will you find a single face-down card on the table. Since the reserve deck is almost nonexistent, and there are a lot of cards, the klondike solitaire is laid out in 9 columns, in the largest of which there are 9 cards.

The task for the player is the same as in the standard Klondike Solitaire: move all the cards from the table to 4 home slots, sorting them by suit and sorting by rank, starting with aces. The rules for moving cards between columns are also similar to Klondike: smaller to larger, red to black (by color, you can also do the opposite: black to red).

From services. The game has buttons: New game, Repeat the current layout first, Hint and Cancel the move. As you can see, everything that can be required for both beginners and pros is available. We also note the game's scalability for different screen resolutions and its versatility. You can play this solitaire game on your computer, as well as on your phone or tablet. However, the screen is better still bigger (maps on small displays sometimes get out of sight).

You can play the game KING ALBERT SOLITAIRE online 24 hours a day for free. It is no need to download and install it on your computer, and it is also not required you to be the registered user. Just ckick and enjoy. See also a set of related games below on that you might be interested to look.