This solitaire game is of interest only in narrow circles of solitaire lovers. The ambiguity and weak parsing factor do not add to its popularity, but this is only true for the strict version of Yukon. The proposed option slightly blurs the boundaries, creating more opportunities for players, significantly increasing the probability of successful outcomes. Well, the game's suitability for working on various devices (PCs, tablets, smartphones) expands the audience of users who may find Yukon Solitaire interesting.

The history of the origin of the name of solitaire is unknown, and the relationship of the layout with the Canadian territory of the same name and the car can not be traced. Let's leave the name alone and consider the rules of the game. This version of the Yukon is laid out with 52 cards, that is, one standard card deck. By the way, there is also a version of solitaire, where two decks are used for the layout. Cards are laid out in 7 columns, part open, part closed. Moving cards between columns, you need to form sequences-chains of cards with alternating suits and descending ranks. The purpose of such sorting is to find and release maps for transfer to the databases. In the 4 main slots (bases) located at the top of the game table, you need to put all the cards sorted by suit and sorted by rank, starting with the ace. The first card to be placed in the base slot is an ace. A deuce of the same suit is placed on the ace, a three on it, then a four, and so on until the king. It is considered that Yukon Solitaire has come together if the 4 base cells contain full packs of cards of their suit, ordered by rank, and there is not a single card left on the table.

It was mentioned above about the relaxation in the rules of the game. It consists in allowing you to move between columns not only the top cards, but also entire rows, and it does not matter whether they are ordered in any way or not. Once you start disassembling, you will understand how much more flexible the rules have become with such breaks, and how much more comfortable it has become to disassemble solitaire. However, there are buttons to cancel the move and retake the same layout. If necessary, use it at any time. We wish you a successful game!

You can play the game YUKON 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.