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Daily Solitaire Overview

Daily solitaire is an all-new classic klondike solitaire game that features different challenges and difficulty levels each day! The level of difficulty depends on the day of the week; play the easiest games on Mondays and the most difficult on Sundays. If you don't have time to finish a round, our free solitaire game will save your progress so you never lose your place. Come back and keep playing this soliatire daily challenge!


How to Play Daily Solitaire

The goal of this solitaire daily challenge is to place all cards in a sequence from ace to king, but all cards in the sequence must be of the same suit. To win the game, you must place all cards in the deck within the correctly suited sequence. With a new game released everyday, you can enter a world of solitaire whenever you want!


History of Solitaire

- The history of classic solitaire dates back to the mid-18th century.

- The game arrived in France in the early 1800s and Napoleon Bonaparte reportedly played solitaire during his exile in St. Helena.

- In the 1980s, personal computers made solitaire more popular than ever. As players no longer needed to shuffle and deal with cards, solitaire games became even more convenient.

- There are more than 100 types of solitaire games and over 1,000 minor variations available.


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