Yukon Solitaire Strategy Guide
Yukon Solitaire is fun card game, requiring the ability to plan elaborate sequences
of long moves. It is quite unusual compared to other solitaire games, because it lets
you move stacks of cards when they aren’t in sequence.
It isn’t possible to win every game of Yukon Solitaire, but a good player should be
able to win more than 80% of the games they play, if they use the right
The key to doing well in Yukon Solitaire is to work backwards. Instead of doing any
move that is possible, the player should work to expose the uncovered cards.
Starting from the first stack, look at the top exposed card. Then try and find another
card that the exposed card could be moved onto, and then try and re-arrange the
cards to make the move.
This might be best shown with an example:
Suppose the top exposed card in a column is a red 3. You need to find a black four
to play onto. There is only one black four in play right now, and it has a black 6
directly underneath it. So the black 6 needs to be moved… which means that a red
seven is needed. Suppose there is a red 7 visible at the bottom of a stack… Then
play would proceed like this:
Black 6 onto the Red 7
Red 3 onto the Black 4
And a covered card in the column has now been exposed.
Now usually, the sequence will take longer than that. Sometimes I’ve played out
sequences over 10 moves long!
You will find that some columns can not be exposed at this time. Either a card in the
sequence is missing, or a card you need is already being used (In the example
above, if the black four already had a red three underneath it, then play would be
blocked, because there would be no where to move the other red three onto).
When that happens, just move onto the next column. I find it helpful to leave my
mouse cursor above the column I’m currently analyzing. This helps me to remember
which column I am up to, which can be particularly handy if you’ve just been
investigating a really long sequence.
If you can’t find any columns that can be exposed, then it’s time to start looking for
cards to free that can be moved to the foundation. Are there any cards you can
move that would allow you to free an Ace?
If you follow this one tip, you should find that you can quite easily win atleast 80%
of the Yukon Solitaire games that you play.
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