FreeCell Solitaire is considered one of the hardest types of solitaire. The goal of this game is to get all the cards from all four suits (Hearts, Spades, Diamonds, and Clubs) onto your foundation piles, where each can hold only one suit. You must put the cards in ascending order, starting from Aces all the way up through Kings (Ace, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Jack, Queen and King). These stacks will be built by shuffling cards between the columns of your tableau and four empty spots, or "free cells," which can hold one card each.. The term "FreeCell" is given to the four empty spaces above the tableau that are used for the temporary storage of cards. The rules only allow you to move one card at a time but the FreeCells can be used to move larger sequences of packed cards between tableau columns. We'll look at how this works later, but the more empty FreeCells you have, the larger the sequence that can be moved. FreeCell is an. Freecell Rules. Freecell is a one-deck solitaire card game. All cards are dealt into 8 tableau piles. Four Cells (in the top left corner of the screen) and four foundation piles (top right hand corner) are placed above the tableau piles. The object of the game is to build up all cards on foundations from Ace to King by following suit..