Solitaire Card Games

Solitaire Card Games are wonderful because they can be played with just one player. Solitaire card games are a great way to pass the time.


Demon is a solitaire card game played by two to eight people, all at once, with everybody building on common piles. This game can get loud so you may need a whistle! Learn how to play the raucous game of Demon.

This widely known solitaire gives you a chance to put on your thinking cap. The name comes from the gaps left in the layout once play begins. Learn how to play Gaps and learn some common card terms with a helpful glossary.

Pay attention to this catchy little solitaire -- also known as Monte Carlo or Weddings. It may look innocent enough, but some skill is required. Learn how to play.

Concentration is often one of the first card games a child learns. In fact, don’t be surprised if the youngest participants outplay their elders. Learn how to play Concentration as well as Moving Concentration.

Fan Tan is a card game in which the object is to be the first to play off all your cards. Learn how to make sure your opponents are left holding the bowl of chips.

For many people, Klondike is synonymous with solitaire. Why it has been such a popular card game is a puzzle, since you don't end up a winner very often. Learn how to play Klondike solitaire.

Canfield is a solitaire card game named after the owner of a celebrated gaming house in the old-time resort town of Sarasota Springs, N.Y. Learn how to play Canfield.

Accordion is a popular solitaire card game in which the object is to form one faceup pile. Once you've made a pile, you treat it as a single card. Learn to defeat the odds and win.

Vanishing Cross is a popular solitaire card game in which the object is to build a 13-card sequence for each suit, using the standard deck of 52 cards. Learn how to beat the deck and win the card game of Vanishing Cross.