Go for Cash & Tokens in Today’s Tournament Game

At midnight last night, the deadline for entering the $2,500 A Week “Forever” deadline quietly passed. So what’s to do while waiting to see if the Prize Patrol knocks on your door this Friday? That’s easy – get your entries in for the new $7,000 A Week for Life giveaway, then get your game on with today’s tournament game – Klondike Solitaire Classic. There are cash prizes up for grabs and double tokens for every game play.

Klondike Solitaire Classic is one of the games nearly everyone learned how to play as soon as their hands were big enough to hold a deck of cards or use a computer mouse. In fact, Klondike is the best-known solitaire game in the United States, so much so that the term “solitaire” typically refers to it. It’s also the most-played version of solitaire on computers, mobile devices, and modern iPods®.

One of the great advantages of playing Klondike Solitaire Classic on a computer is that it facilitates scoring – so you’re not just playing to win, you’re also playing for the high score. And one of the great advantages of playing Klondike Solitaire Classic at PCHgames is that you could win cash for getting that top score or earning the most tokens. So why just play online at any site when PCHgames rewards you for your gameplay – even more so on tournament days when the token payout doubles!

The more you play Klondike Solitaire Classic, the more you realize that not every game is winnable; however, there are a few tips that could help you win a bit more often.

  1. Turn up the first three cards in the deck before making any other moves. This gives you more potential moves, which could lead to a better choice of moving cards.
  2. Always move aces and twos to the foundation piles.
  3. Expose hidden cards. When moving cards, always try to move cards from the piles that have the most hidden (face down) cards.
  4. Pay attention to the order of the cards. Cards flip from the deck three at a time and you’re able to see the cards that are blocked. By playing a card from the deck, the order of the remaining cards will be different the next time you go through the deck – and this could set you up to make more important moves during the next deal.
  5. Don’t overthink it. Remember, you only have three minutes to play. Spending too much time pondering possible moves reduces your chances to complete the game before time runs out. Plus, you get bonus points for any time left over.

Have a great time gaming and be on the lookout for the Prize Patrol. They could be coming your way this Friday!

Russell S.
PCH Creative

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  1. Difficult to enter/play games when I am being forced to agree to watch ads…which only make it more difficult because they are so time consuming. PCH is great, fun, and I am thankful to have won a few small amounts, but when it comes to ads, it’s like TV commercials. We have muted them for many years because they are so annoying, and since I don’t have sound on my computer (am a dinosaur with an old ‘flip’ phone as well) all these ads do is take time and can also be extremely annoying. Realizing this is “what keeps you free” I understand some are necessary….but they appear over and over and over again. After all, the many MANY items offered for sale are making money, though not all of us can afford to be buying them like we are encouraged to do. If you want us to enter, maybe there’s a reason you want it to be more difficult. (??) At the moment, without agreeing I can enter/play nothing, which is sad, as many hours of my day are spent on PCH! Sorry to sound like complaining, but am disappointed that I can no longer do anything without agreeing to the ads, which make life miserable. (99% of TV commercials truly do turn us AWAY from purchasing, sad to say…..M & M’s are still cute….just saying. Thanks PCH, or anyone who may read this. I’m probably getting myself in trouble here, but if I can’t get to anything then I am unable to buy what you want to sell also….for your consideration. Thanks again.

  2. 💘 all games my game pop pop Rush. Thank you pch. I hav glocoma but trying to make it work. . poor eye sight just had my second GLOCOMA surgery.to save my right eye recovering at home .