Casino Solitaire

Casino Solitaire

Casino Solitaire offers an exciting take on a classic casino game, with plenty of chances to win. 


    Casino Solitaire Game Overview

    The bet sizes available in Casino Solitaire range from £1.04 to £45.60.

      

    How to Play 

    This is a classic solitaire game - the aim is to successfully get all 52 cards out from the stacks.

    Wins are awarded for every card you build up on the stack.

    Casino Solitaire is played with a standard deck of 52 cards. 


    Placing a Bet

    To place a bet, decide how much you'd like to wager - the bet screen will let you know how much you'll win for each card you get out on the stacks (building from Ace up in each suit).

    There are two Side Bets available in this game:

    • No Move - no initial move possible from the deal. Win 15x your bet
    • Red and Black - start with a hand of all red or all black cards. Win 200x your bet


    The Deal

    At the start of the game, the cards will be randomly shuffled and dealt into seven columns from left to right.

    The number of cards per column will ascend as follows: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.

    The last card in each column will be dealt face up.

    In the beginning, the four suit stacks will be empty and the remaining cards will be placed in a 'play' deck.


    Game Rules

    Aces can be moved to suit stacks - when an Ace has been placed in a suit stack, cards of the same suit can be built up in order there.  

    You can also move cards to different columns providing that they're in consecutive descending order and follow the alternating colour pattern (i.e. a red 'eight' may be placed on a black 'nine'). 

    To move cards, click on the highest card you want to move and drag it to the new column (select the highest card to move the entire column). 

    Click 'Play' deck to turn over a card and find out if it can be moved to a column or a suit stack.

    The number of cards left in the 'Play' deck is displayed on the deck. 

    The 'Play' deck can only be completed once.


    Undo

    If you make a mistake, you can undo your last move in the following circumstances:

    • Turning over a 'Play' deck card
    • Moving a card from a column to a suit stack

    It's not possible to undo turning over one of the column cards.


    To win

    You'll be awarded a prize for each card you get onto a stack. 

    If you manage to clear every column and the 'Play' deck onto the stacks,  you'll win the top prize.

     

    Hint

    This highlights an available move when becomes 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. In Casino Solitaire, this is based on the assumption that you choose the optimal strategy for each card.

    For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £96.80 of wins.