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It is indeed a very difficult game. Online advice tells you to plan your moves ahead, like in chess. Not my forte, unfortunately.

 

But, my gripe is the way it ends when there are no more moves! It automatically takes away your card layout - and I find that so annoying! I would like to be able to see what I have accomplished before moves ran out - and that option is not available. This is why I may stop playing this game!

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I did once BEFORE the "new" games. It is an impossible game. I was hoping it would be gone. Not so as you can tell.
I've always understood that playing games whether online or for real has a goal to be able to win. When you find out how to win on that game, let me know. I don't bother with that game anymore.
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How in the world can you win at Addiction Solitaire!

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