# How do you move cards in FreeCell?

## How do you move cards in FreeCell?

You may move an entire packed sequence of cards to another column by clicking on the card that heads the sequence and dragging the entire sequence over, just like you do in Klondike and other games.

### Why can’t I move stacks in FreeCell?

The actual rules are that you may not move more than one card at a time; moving a stack involves temporarily storing cards in the free cells or empty main stacks. Moves that otherwise would be allowed may not be if there aren’t enough temporary places to hold cards during the move.

Which FreeCell game is not winnable?

As a reference tool the following game numbers are not winnable: – #11982, #146692, #186216, #455889, #495505, #512118, #517776, and #781948. Below is an image of each of these games when dealt. You can use this to check and see if the random game you started playing is one of these impossible deals.

How does FreeCell scoring work?

During the game play, points are earned by moving cards to the foundation. Points are deducted for each use of Undo. When the game is completed, bonus points are awarded based on the number of moves and the total amount of time used to finish the game.

## What is the lowest number of moves in FreeCell?

IE. The minimum number of clicks is 52, not 0.

### What is the fewest moves possible in Solitaire?

Clearly, the minimum number of moves would be 52. Every face up card moves straight to foundation, without ever playing a single card on top of another card in the Tableau. IF by “move” you mean only that, playing into the Tableau piles, then you could win the game in zero such moves!

What is least number of moves in Solitaire?

For the least number of moves needed to round up solitaire, two situations must be considered. First, you need to know there are two types of deals, 1-deal that needs 76 moves and 3-deal that requires 60 moves.

How do you set up FreeCell solitaire with cards?

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