Klondike is perhaps the best-known and most popular version of solitaire. The goal of the game is simple: build each of the four foundations piles in order, from ace to king, of the same suit. This is a version of "draw 1" Klondike, where cards are turned over from the stock one at a time.
The game is played with a standard 52-card deck, and begins with a tableau of seven columns, arranged in a triangular shape, with the first column containing one card, the second column two cards, the third column three cards, and so on. The top card of each column is face-up; the remainder of the cards are face-down. The 24 unplayed cards are left face-down to form the stock.
Within the tableau, you may stack cards in alternating color and descending order. Only a king may be used to fill a space in the tableau. Groups of cards may be moved as a unit between piles. Turn over cards from the stock one at a time, playing them to either the foundations or the tableau. You may recycle the stock as many times as you like.
If you manage to complete all four foundations, you win!
This game is provided courtesy of SolitaireTime.com, which offers online versions of some of your favorite solitaire card games, including FreeCell, Klondike (Draw 1), Klondike (Draw 3), Scorpion, Spider (1 Suit), Spider (2 Suit), Spider (4 Suit), Wasp, and Yukon.
Note: This game requires AdobeFlash.