Klondike Solitaire uses 52 playing cards (one deck). 7 horizontal rows of cards are laid out in the form of a right-angled triangle with one vertex downward. The first row has 7 cards, the second one has 6 cards and so on to the last row containing one card. The top cards of the vertical piles are face up. There is some space left for 4 cards of the main row. The goal of the game is to collect all four suits in ascending order up to and including kings on the aces that are laid out in the main row during the game.
The game cards are all bottom face-up cards, column cards and the top stack card. The game begins with the moving of the aces to the main row and subsequent cards of the corresponding suit if they are among the playing ones. After that, the game cards are shifted.
It is possible to move playing cards from column to column only in descending order, with alternating colours both by one card and by a few cards at a time. When a game card or multiple cards are moved to another column, the face down card of the initial figure lying under it is turned face up and becomes a playing card.
You can put a king or multiple cards starting with a king on a completely disassembled column.
When all possible and reasonable moves have been made, the cards remaining in the deck begin to be dealt. Three cards are dealt from the deck at the same time. The last deal may contain one or two cards. Only the top card can be played. If it can be moved to one of the main foundations or a game card of any column, then the card lying under it becomes a game card, etc. When there are no cards to shift after dealing three cards the next three cards are dealt until the deck is empty.
After the deck has run out, take the remaining cards, turn them face down and, without shuffling, begin to deal them again. As before, three cards at a time. The deck can be dealt three times.