Pull up a seat and get stacking in Solitaire, with two side bets available!
The aim of Retro Solitaire is to successfully build four stacks of cards, with one stack for each suit.
How to Wager
To place a wager, choose the amount that you would like to stake.
You will be able to view how much you could win for each card that makes it onto the stacks via the bet screen.
There are two side bets available in this game:
Retro Solitaire uses a standard deck of 52 cards, which are shuffled randomly into seven columns from left to right.
Each column has an ascending number of cards as follows: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.
The last card to be dealt to each column will be placed face-up.
The four suit stacks are empty to start with and the remaining cards are placed into a 'play' deck.
How to Play
You can move an Ace to any suit stack to start building up cards of the same suit there.
You can choose to swap cards between columns as long as they are in consecutive descending order and alternate between red and black.
To move a section of a column or the whole column, click on the first card in that section and then drag it to the new column.
To reveal a new card in the 'play' deck, click on it.
The number on the 'play' deck represents how many cards are left in that deck.
You can only complete the 'play' deck once.
A prize will be awarded for each card you transfer onto a stack.
Clearing all the columns and 'play' deck will award the top prize!
You can choose to undo your last move by using the 'undo' feature.
You will not be able to undo turning over a column card.
You can use the Hint feature to receive a clue for the next possible move if one is available.
Interrupted games are saved for 24 hours from the point of interruption.
You will return to the point of interruption if you reopen the game within 24 hours.
Any games left unfinished will be marked as abandoned and your stake will be forfeited.
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 of wins.