It's not hard to prove that an unsolvable start exists. Just imagine a start where the only possible first moves would be moving cards to the extra cells. In some versions, -1 and -2 are examples of this though the only way to play them is to choose that seed.
If you only count setups which can exist in normal play, seed 11982 in the Windows version is an ...
Put the puzzle into this solver and it gives a solution.
The encoding of the puzzle is:
9S AD 8H 2S 4C 10S QS
6D AC 9D 10C 4H 4S 9H
9C 8S JD 7D 3S JS QC
5S KS 8C 3H 5C 5D 2H
QH JH 4D QD 2C 7S
7H JC 8D 10H 10D KC
2D AH KD 5H 7C 3C
6H AS KH 6S 6C 3D
In FreeCell, you are only allowed to move 1 card at a time, either to or from a free cell or from one stack to another.
That said, it is trivial to move an entire stack of N+1 cards, where N is the number of free cells, by moving N cards to the cells, moving the last card to the new stack, and then pulling down the stored cards onto the ...
Yes, it is possible. You can enter the game number into this online solver, and it will show you the full solution.
Here are the first several moves:
Foundations: H-0 C-0 D-0 S-0
: 8D 4D QH KS 2C 9D 8H
: QS AS 2S KD QC 3C 4C
: 7D 7H 9S TH 6D AC 3S
: 5H 8C 8S 5D AD TS 6C
: 3H QD KH 9C 6S 4H
: 6H 2H JS 4S KC 7C
: 2D 5S JC ...
Sea Haven Towers is a solitaire game created by Art Cabral and is similar to Freecell, Eight Off, and Baker's Game.
There are 4 temporary spaces ...
My best time in Expert in FreeCell in Microsoft's Solitaire Collection is 1:04.
I think I obtained that time in one of the "Daily Challenges", so it may not have been a "real game". That said, I have reached close to that time on other occasions. In fact, while trying to obtain a screenshot of the score screen to include in this post, I believe I have ...