Play Casino Solitaire for a chance to win big while playing a casino favourite.
The bet sizes available in Casino Solitaire range from £1.04 to £45.60.
How to Play
As a classic solitaire game, you need to get all 52 cards out from the stacks in order to win.
Prizes are awarded for each card you build up on the stack.
This game uses a standard deck of 52 cards.
Placing a Bet
Start your game by deciding 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).
You can also place the following two Side Bets in Casino Solitaire:
Cards are randomly shuffled at the start of the game and dealt into seven columns from left to right - the last card in each column is dealt face up.
The number of cards per column ascends as follows: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.
The four suit stacks are empty in the beginning, and the remaining cards will be placed in a 'play' deck.
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.
Cards can be moved to different columns as long as 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, select the highest card you want to move and drag it to a new column (select the highest card to move the entire column).
Click the 'play' deck to turn over a card and see 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.
You can only complete the 'play' deck once.
You can undo your last move in the following two circumstances:
You cannot undo turning over one of the column cards.
Every time you get a card onto a stack, you win.
Clear every column as well as the 'play' deck onto the stacks to win the top prize.
This highlights the next available move if one become 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.