For each row or column, the better the hand, the more it will score. For example, a row or column with two pairs in it scores better than a row or column with one pair. A row containing a straight (or "run", e.g. 2-3-4-5-6) scores more, etc. As you fill the grid, the aim of the game is to maximise your overall score. Scores
An unusual solitaire game where the objective is to build the best poker hands. Using only 25 cards from the deck, create the best 10 poker hands you can and score the highest score possible. A unique game of chance, skill & strategy - 7 minutes to play and a frantic grab for cash!
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Cards are turned face up from the shuffled stock, one at a time. Each card has to be placed into an empty space in the poker square before the next card is dealt. Once placed, it cannot be moved. A variation featured in Solitaire City is the introduction of a reserve where up to five cards may be stored temporarily.
We call it "Poker Patiens", I never met anyone else who play it.Points:1 pair: 12 pair: 2Three of a kind: 3Straight: 4Flush: 5Full house: 6Four of a kind: 8S...
Poker Solitaire requires knowing basic poker hands. A 5 by 5 grid of 25 spaces is laid out. One card at a time is presented. You must move the card to any empty space. Once you complete a column or row, the value of that set is calculated as a poker hand. Your total score is the sum of all 10 columns and rows. Pairs are worth 2, 2-Pair is worth ...
The solitaire card game was designed for play by a single player, and the game doesn't require a lot of space. Thus, you can play a game of solitaire pretty much everywhere. The rules may seem a bit complicated at first, but they really aren't.