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- Klondike or Las Vegas style solitaire. Auto-open lid and lighted screen. Requires 2 AAA batteries.
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Top Customer Reviews
One Card: you can only go through the deck one time, so I've never bothered to play this one.
Three Card: I usually win with this one about 30% of the time.
Sound: can be turned off.
I haven't had any problems with the buttons. I play this fairly often. The randomization isn't that great, frequently you get a card in three different suits on a deal, or within a few cards of beginning a game. It seems like it frequently gets three aces and then a two of the fourth suit, or three twos and and the ace of the fourth.
I enjoy playing this game -- I guess I've gotten used to it.
Sad to say, there is some difference in the way this item functions - a difference which would not have been noticed by anyone not so used to this game as I am. I think the seller represented it honestly but the item itself is disappointing.
Unfortunately, it's impossible to find a big screen solitaire game that has Vegas style playing, back-lighted screen, and an undo button for a reasonable price. If you need one with all of those features, get ready to spend $150-400 for a vintage one from the late 90s or early 2000s.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this did not have bright enough lights to play out in the world and now that I have solitaire on my computer and smart phone, I use those.Published 3 months ago by carol j hegdahl
I will admit, I am addicted to handheld solitaire, for use during downtime. It had been some time since I bought one, and had trouble finding it locally, so I am glad I could find... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Stephany
This was returned because it had old batteries in it that were corroded. It didn't work.Published 9 months ago by Jane R.
I am unhappy because the case was broken, as their wasn't any packing paper. The light is so dim, and that is why I spent 66.00 to get a new one, so I wouldn't have that problem. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Shari McNicol