Eliminator Solitaire

Game Description: Try to move all 52 cards from the four columns to the six foundation spaces before you run out of moves in this tripeaks solitaire-type game.

How to Play Eliminator Solitaire:

  • Click the 'Start Game' button.
  • Eliminator Solitaire is a card game played with a standard deck of 52 cards.
  • Each game begins with the entire deck dealt face up in four columns of 13 cards each.
  • There are six foundation spaces at the top.
  • Cards can only be moved from a column unto a foundation.
  • Cards cannot be moved from one column to another column.
  • To play a card you simply click on it.
  • Only the top card in each column can be moved. (When I say top card, I mean the card that is actually at the bottom but overlaps the other cards in the column).
  • Any top card in a column can be moved to a blank foundation.
  • Any top card in a column can be moved to a foundation if it is either one card higher or one lower in rank. For instance, any five can be played to either a four or a six.
  • Aces can be played on kings, and kings can be played on Aces.
  • Suits do not matter. Only rank matters.
  • If you run out of moves, you lose.
  • You goal is to win by moving all 52 cards to the six foundation spaces.
  • A winning score is always 440 points. (Each card you play to a foundation earns 5 points, except for the very last card in each column. Those four cards earn you 50 points each. So, the total always comes out to 440 points.)

Eliminator Solitaire Game Options:
  • The game sounds may be turned on or off by clicking the sound button located at the lower left corner. (Do yourself a huge favor, and turn that irritating music off! lol.)

Eliminator Solitaire Playing Tips:
  • As with all tripeaks solitaire games it is the order in which you play your cards that will determine your success. Try to look ahead several moves.
  • In general, with Eliminator Solitaire you will want to leave as many foundations empty for as long as you can. Since any top column card can be played to an empty foundation, this gives you the greatest flexibility.

Richard's Rating: 3 out of 5.

Comments: Eliminator Solitaire presents a nice challenge, although it certainly can be beat. As with all card games, there is always an element of luck involved as well as skillful play. I think that element of luck is probably what makes card games so popular.

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