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Siesta Solitaire - Solitaire

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Amigos! Senoritas! Gringos! The classic 7 solitaire game has come to Mexico, where you can compete to get the most points! The higher the round you reach, the more points you can get. The game has big token prizes every 3 and 24 hours. Arriba! Arriba!

Challenges

Level Up
Lost for Words
Winter Solstice
Harvest Month
Summer School
Shortest Month
Fit For Fight
Follow Up
Christmas Time
Winter Games
Pink October
Brown Leaves
Vibes on the Beach
Summer Holiday
May with the Wind
Hello May!
Final Call
Snow on the Hill
New Year's Resolution
For the holidays
Sleeping Cards
Siesta at the Beach
Mexican Boy
Playing Cards
Rainbow Tuesday
Sleeping All Day
Jingle Siesta
Game on
Night Night
Siesta Skills
Resting Time
Easy Peasy
Hibernation
Highly Skilled
Ace to King
Hot Siesta
Party in Mexico
Hard Cards
Easy Siesta
Easy Routine
You Snooze You Lose
A La Playa
Hola Solitaire
Spin 2 Win
Difficult Cards
Cinco Solitaires
Cold Siesta
Bonus Siesta
Excellent Points
Vamos!
Hard Times
Mexican Springtime
Arriba Arriba
Poco Loco
Mexican Game
Fiesta Time
Sun and Solitaire
Hot Chilli
Siesta Time
Sombrero
Little Mexican

Medals

Basic
Basic
Expert
Expert
Card Queen
Card Queen
Card King
Card King
Sapphire
Sapphire
Emerald
Emerald
Ruby
Ruby
Diamond
Diamond

Latest news

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New medals in Siesta Solitaire
Apr 15th, 2024
We are super excited to introduce 4 new medals in Siesta Solitaire. We want to reward your dedication and skill in the game and look forward to seeing how these new medals will motivate you to even greater achievements in the...
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How to play 7 solitaire

Free 7 Solitaire Solitaire at Playtopia. The most popular 7 Solitaire game in USA


7 Solitaire online at its best, and completely free - 7 Solitaire is one of the most popular card games. Our 7 Solitaire features beautiful cards, great prizes and a relaxed and humorous Mexican atmosphere. The game has high score competitions where you can play against all other players to score the most points or simply compare yourself with your friends. You can see the high score in the top left corner of the game window. Every three and 24 hours the winners are determined, while there are also smaller prizes for the 49 closest competitors. Have fun playing 7 Solitaire, the most popular solitaire game that can be played for free here at Komogvind.


Solitaire rules

Siesta Solitaire follows the well-known rules of old-fashioned 7 Solitaire (Classic Solitaire). 7 Solitaire online starts with 7 maneuver stacks of increasing length, 4 foundation stacks and a deck of cards. In short, the aim is to collect all cards in their suit from Ace to King. In Classic Solitaire games, the foundation piles are built in suits from Ace to King - one card at a time. In the building stacks, you must place the cards in descending sequence with alternating suits. Both single cards and entire sequences of cards built in descending value and changing colors can be moved between the different stacks. When a face-down card becomes free, it can be turned face up and played like any other card in the game. There are slightly different versions of 7 Solitaire online such as Spider Solitaire and Napoleon Solitaire, if you've played these before, you'll easily be able to learn the old-fashioned 7 Solitaire too. Our Solitaire is built on the old-fashioned set of rules. The overall goal when playing solitaire, and for it to work, is to move all 52 cards from the deck and the seven columns to four piles. To do this, you need to move cards from the deck to the seven columns and then on to the end stacks. In the columns, place the cards in descending order (6, 5, 4, etc.) and alternate red or black. Only kings can be placed on the bottom space in each column. When moving cards to the end stacks, it must be done in the correct order (Ace, 2, 3, etc.) until all cards are in place, then the solitaire game can be solved and won.




How to play Solitaire solitaire games

There are two ways to move the cards when a solitaire game starts. Either you can drag them with the mouse and left mouse button, or you can click with the left mouse button on the card and then on the place you want to move it to.

The right mouse button can be used to move cards to the end stacks. Right-clicking on a card will make it fly to an end stack (if possible). Right-clicking on the background will make all cards that can fly to an end stack. The same functionality can be triggered by double-clicking the left mouse button.



Points

Your score is calculated as follows:

Cards from pile to column:5 points
Cards from pile to end stack:15 points
Cards from column to end stack:10 points
Flip a card in a column:5 points
Cards from end stack to column: You are deducted the points you got for moving the card to the end stack
Run through the entire deck: You are deducted points equal to the number of cards in the deck

In addition, the points are multiplied by the round number. So if you are in round 2, you get twice as many points as in the first round - and in round 10 you get 10 times as many!


Difficulty levels

The only difference between the three difficulty levels in our 7-cabbage is the number of cards that are turned over from the deck. You can go through the pile as many times as you like, but it costs you 100 points each time.

Normal: here one card is turned over from the pile.
Advanced: here two cards are turned over from the pile.
Expert: here three cards are turned over from the pile.


Tokens and Bonus Spin


You win tokens as you win points, but you get more tokens the higher the difficulty level you play on.

BonusSpin is triggered when you have collected four chili fruits. You find them randomly under the bottom cards in a column.

Can you play 7 solitaire now? We think you can! TIP: If you feel your solitaire has gone all wrong, you can try moving your mouse to the top right corner, enter the menu and press restart to get a fresh start.

All that's left is to say cards on the tableau & Good luck with 7 solitaire for free - here at Komogvind.


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7 Solitaire history

The history of 7 Solitaire is not as well defined as the history of other games such as chess or poker. In fact, the exact place and time of origin of 7 solitaire is unknown. There are several theories and speculations about the history of the game, but none of them have been confirmed.

One of the most popular theories is that 7 Solitaire originated in France in the 18th century. It is said that the game was played by the nobility as a pastime activity. As card games were very popular at the time, it's not surprising that a form of solitaire was developed.

Another theory is that 7 Solitaire may have its roots in ancient China or Arabia. It is believed that the game was brought to Europe by traders or crusaders. However, there is no concrete evidence for this theory.

Regardless of its origins, 7 Solitaire has become one of the most popular and well-known solitaire games in the world. It has been included as a standard feature in many operating systems on computers and electronic devices, which has contributed to its popularity.

Although the exact history of 7 solitaire remains a mystery, its simplicity and entertainment value has been loved by generations of players. It continues to be one of the most played solitaire games today and is a firm favorite for many who want to challenge their strategic thinking and logic skills.


7 Solitaire in general

7 Solitaire is a classic and popular card game played by many people around the world. The game uses a standard deck of 52 cards and is usually played by one person. The goal of 7 Solitaire is to arrange all the cards in a specific order and sort them into four piles, one for each suit (hearts, diamonds, spades and clubs).

The game begins by shuffling the cards and then laying them out in seven columns with increasing numbers of cards in each column. The first column has one card, the second two cards, and so on until the seventh column has seven cards. The rest of the cards are placed face down in a pile, which acts as a draw pile.

The player draws one card at a time from the draw pile and tries to place it in one of the seven columns, arranging the cards in descending order and alternating colors. For example, a black jack can be placed on top of a red queen. If the player cannot place a card in the columns, they can draw more cards from the draw pile.

The goal is to free the lower cards in each column by moving the top cards around and creating sequences in the correct order. Once a card has been removed, the next card in the column is revealed. The game continues until all cards are placed in the four piles in descending order and sorted by suit.

7 Solitaire is a time consuming and challenging activity that requires strategic thinking and planning. It is an excellent way to stimulate the brain while enjoying a relaxing gaming experience. It can be played on a computer, tablet or with physical cards and is suitable for both children and adults.

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  • Siesta

    This is the first game of the day and it wakes me up to get ready for other more taxing games have to do all 3 levels

  • love this game

    i love this game, but it needs to go easy on us to get the medals lol. fun to play, great for killing time, i love it very much :-)

  • siesta solitaire

    Great game for playing and chatting, you can never get bored . have met loads of new friends on here as there are no time limits. Dont be fooled into thinking its an easy game though!!! you will be tested...lol,