Enjoy this casino classic and test your patience in Casino Solitaire!
The aim of Casino Solitaire is to successfully play your cards to get all the cards out from the stacks.
How to Bet
To place a bet, select how much you would like to wager.
The bet screen will display how much you could win for each card that you get out on the stacks.
There are also two side bets available to place in this game.
One standard 52-card deck is used in this game.
The deck is shuffled randomly before being dealt into seven columns.
There is an ascending number of cards in each column, from left to right, as follows: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.
The last card on each column is placed face-up so that it is visible.
The four suit stacks are empty at the beginning of the game, and the remaining cards are placed in a 'play' deck.
How to Play
Aces can be moved to any of the suit stacks - once you have placed an Ace in a suit stack, cards of the same suit can then be built up in order there.
Cards can be moved between columns as long as they are in consecutive descending order and follow an alternating colour pattern (i.e. a red 'eight' may be placed on a black 'nine').
To move an entire column or part of a column, select the highest card and drag.
Click the 'play' deck to turn over a card and see if it can be moved to a column or a suit stack.
It is possible to find out many cards are left in the 'play' deck by looking at the number on the deck.
The 'play' deck can only be completed once.
You can undo your last move if you made a mistake turning over a 'play' deck card or moving a card from a column to a suit stack.
It is not possible to undo turning over one of the column cards.
If you have Solitaire, the game will autoplay the remaining moves until Solitaire is completed.
Selecting 'End Game' will forfeit the game, returning you to the 'Select Your Bet' screen.
Choosing 'Hint' will highlight an available move if one is available.
Return to Player
Return To Player (RTP): 96.80%
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £96.80, based on the assumption that the player chooses the optimal strategy for each card.