Yukon Solitaire is an interesting card game that develops the ability to plan and analyze complex sequences. In Yukon Solitaire 1 deck of cards is used. You can play with free move cancellation and keep track of the time of the game. Yukon Solitaire is similar to the Klondike, but if you are attentive enough, you will immediately understand what the difficulty is. There is no stock deck in the game: all cards are immediately dealt on the playing field and partially revealed. Fortunately, in Yukon Solitaire, you can move any group of cards, as long as the colours alternate. For example, a group with a base of a red three can only be transferred to a four of a black suit.
Play the 4-base solitaire by suit, starting with the Aces. On the playing field, you can transfer any sequence of cards (even not ordered). The only condition for transfer is alternating colours in decreasing order. For example, on a ten of spades, you can put only a nine of a red suit. You can move Kings to empty cells. The game allows the move to be cancelled and takes into account the time you spent.