Pan for gold with this most popular form of Solitaire.
On July 17, 1897, the steamer Portland sailed into Seattle with a ton of gold from Alaska. News of its
arrival sparked one of the greatest gold rushes in history as thousands trekked to the remote, frozen
north in search of wealth and fame.
To pass the time, the miners played a card game that became the classic version of Solitaire that we know
today. The goal is to build four ascending sequences of cards of the same suit, stacked from the lowest
(ace) to the highest (king). Accomplish this task and you've struck gold.