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Solitaire Turn 3

A Riveting Solitaire Experience

Playing Solitaire Turn-3 offers you an abundance of strategic thinking scenarios. Apart from the apparent IQ trigger, I find the game to be a rejuvenating experience, too. Additionally, this addictive card game has been around for centuries, providing players like yourself with a breather from real-world pressures. 

Are you tired of extensive graphics and overwhelming rules in games today? Then, our Solitaire experience will provide you with a breakthrough experience like no other. With the Solitaire Turn-3 play experience, I get a tiny upgraded version of the Turn-1 game. 

Getting a sneak peek of more cards from my Stockpile makes a big difference to me. It helps take the pressure of formulating a workable strategy when I can see more hidden cards when playing.

Welcome to our Solitaire Turn-3 play space! Come enjoy our interactive platform, perfect for every Solitaire fan.

Are you ready to redefine your Solitaire experience?

Playing Solitaire Turn-3 — The Layout

The Solitaire Turn-3 has a similar layout to Turn-1, except for the number of cards revealed from the Stockpile. The game requires a pack of 52 cards between the Stockpile and the Tableau. The objective of the game is similar to Turn-1 and requires arranging cards in the Foundation from Ace to King. Your challenge is not in the revealed Stockpile cards but in the usability of the cards. 

There are four main areas in the Solitaire Turn-3 layout.

  • 1.The Tableau

    The main play area is the Tableau, with 28 cards stacked across seven columns. From the left, each column has an ascending number of cards. The first column has one card, the second has two cards, and the order goes on till the seventh column has seven cards. Only the first card is face-up in each column, whereas the other cards face downwards.

    The Tableau
  • 2.The Stockpile

    The remaining 24 cards from the pack make the Stockpile. When drawing from the Stockpile, you will notice the main difference between the Turn-1 and Turn-3 versions. Clicking on the Stockpile reveals three cards instead of one, with the Turn-3 Solitaire version. However, you can use only the top card of the three revealed. You can continue playing all three cards drawn consecutively, or you can draw again from the Stockpile.

    The Stockpile
  • 3.The Waste Pile

    Cards from the Stockpile go in the Wastepile. From here, you can use the cards in the Tableau or draw more from the Stockpile to the Wastepile. Once all the cards from the Stockpile are over, the Wastepile turns over and into the Stockpile.

    The Waste Pile
  • 4.The Foundation

    This section consists of four empty cells at the start of the game. However, as the game progresses, you must arrange all four suits in the Foundation from Ace to King.

    The Foundation

Let’s Get Sorting!

We’ve designed an experience with simplicity in mind! All you need to do is click on the cards and watch them move to their position on the board without having to manually place them.

King of the Solitaire

Moves With Purpose

  • 1.Your main objective is to arrange cards in the Foundation cells in ascending order, according to the suits. Coming up with tricky strategies to reveal turned-down cards will be your main gameplay. Moving cards in a sequence from Ace to King to the Foundation will be your ultimate goal.

    Your main objective is to arrange cards in the Foundation cells in ascending order, according to the suits. Coming up with tricky strategies to reveal turned-down cards will be your main gameplay. Moving cards in a sequence from Ace to King to the Foundation will be your ultimate goal.
  • 2.Start playing Solitaire Turn-3 by organizing the cards in the Tableau columns in descending order. However, remember that the colors must alternate when arranging them in the Tableau. You can move cards either one at a time or in a sequence, too. The more cards you organize, the more face-down cards you can reveal when playing. Soon, you may clear an entire column, too. However, don’t fill it up yet with any sequence of cards! Strategize and operate instead.

    Start playing Solitaire Turn-3 by organizing the cards in the Tableau columns in descending order. However, remember that the colors must alternate when arranging them in the Tableau. You can move cards either one at a time or in a sequence, too. The more cards you organize, the more face-down cards you can reveal when playing. Soon, you may clear an entire column, too. However, don’t fill it up yet with any sequence of cards! Strategize and operate instead.
  • 3.Out of Tableau moves? No problem! Reach into your Stockpile for a fresh set of revealed cards to start organizing. In Solitaire Turn-3, you get three cards at a time instead of one card. However, you can only use the topmost card, which you draw. You can use the other cards consecutively. If a card is not useful, you can draw from the Stockpile again for three more cards. Peeking at a few cards at a time opens up strategic possibilities when playing. Remember the cards revealed when drawing from the Stockpile, and you can plan many moves in advance!

    Out of Tableau moves? No problem! Reach into your Stockpile for a fresh set of revealed cards to start organizing. In Solitaire Turn-3, you get three cards at a time instead of one card. However, you can only use the topmost card, which you draw. You can use the other cards consecutively. If a card is not useful, you can draw from the Stockpile again for three more cards. Peeking at a few cards at a time opens up strategic possibilities when playing. Remember the cards revealed when drawing from the Stockpile, and you can plan many moves in advance!

The Challenge

Arrange your cards on the Tableau in alternating colors AND descending order.

King of the Solitaire

Light-Bulb Tip!

Our nifty UNDO button will help you rethink any moves to align with your strategic mastery. But that’s not all! We have a helpful HINT button you can benefit from, too!

Keyboard Shortcuts to Play

There’s nothing like the soothing sounds of a keyboard when playing Solitaire. We understand. Here are some quick-reach Windows and Mac keyboard shortcuts to make your gaming authentic!

Windows

  • Undo:
    Ctr
    +
    Z
    or
    Backspace
  • Hint:
    H
  • Navigate:
  • Select:
    Space
    (once)
  • Move:
    Space
    in the new spot

Mac

  • Undo:
    delete
    or
  • Hint:
    H
  • Navigate:
  • Select:
    Space
    (once)
  • Move:
    Space
    in the new spot

Are You Ready to Start Strategizing?

As you embark on a mission to embrace your strategic side, we are here to cheer you on. Play Solitaire Turn-3 on our epic platform today!

Winning Tips and Quirky Tricks

  • First Tackle The Big Columns

    Avoid getting overwhelmed. First, take down the largest columns with face-down cards.

  • Pick The Color of Your King

    If you’ve recently emptied a column, don't rush to place just any King in it. Place a red King if you have a black Queen and red Jack. If not, place a black King.

  • Spread Out Your Tableau

    Don’t focus on just a single column. However, aim to spread your cards between all the columns to free up more cards to organize under.

  • Use Our Undo Button to Keep Playing

    Our Undo button is perfect for when you make any unforced errors. This feature gives you a chance to keep your game going.

  • Did you know?

    The name Solitaire is from the Latin word Solitarius.

  • Did you know?

    You can reset a game or get a fresh new game from the top menu.

  • Fun Fact!

    May 22nd is National Solitaire Day.

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  • Did you know?

    You can identify if a game is winnable in the beginning. Easier games have high-ranking cards easily available and sequences visible, too.

More Power to You!

We understand that playing Solitaire is not just about the game — It’s the experience. Our platform is built to bring players to the heart of Solitaire. Your triumphs, challenges, and overall play experience drive our purpose. Let’s win together!

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