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.. How to Play Freecell Solitaire. Look for the Aces of the 4 suits. Try to move the Aces to the foundation row as soon as possible. Play cards between each column by creating lines of cards in descending order, alternating colors between black and red cards.. FreeCell is an "open" solitaire meaning that all the cards are dealt face up at the start of the game and this lets you analyze the outcome of moves before you make them. Therefore, nearly every single game of FreeCell can be won with proper play which may help explain its popularity. As with all my Solitaire City games, I've added a timed scoring element to the play. However, I've also .