Rules: This game uses a double deck. The eight foundations are built in ascending order according to suit. The nine tableau columns are built in descending order in alternating colors. All face up cards in a tableau column may be moved as a group onto any other tableau column. If all face up cards are removed from a tableau column, the topmost face down card may be turned face up. Cards may be turned up from the reserve pile onto the waste pile one at a time. A card on the waste pile may be played onto a foundation or a tableau column. Empty tableau columns may be filled only by a king.
Moving cards: To move the cards from one stack to another, use click-to-move. Click the card you want to move, then click the location to where you want to move it. You can also double click on a card to move it to a foundation stack. This makes it possible to use the game on devices that do not have a normal mouse. If your browser offers spatial navigation (such as Opera), you can use that to select the right card, but note that due to the number of positioned elements in close proximity to each other, the spatial navigation may have some trouble selecting the right cards. Note: Drag and drop will work, but the game has a tendency to freeze using this method--usually just as you are about to win. It is not recommended.
To start a new game: Click the "DEAL justly with me"* button or hit F5.
Options: You may select cardsets and card backs. Click the "Come and take CHOICE"** button to access these options.
* Shakespeare, William, The Tragedy of Hamlet, Act II, Scene 2
** Ibid, The Tragedy of Titus Andronicus, Act IV, Scene 1
Solitaire script provided for free by http://www.howtocreate.co.uk