Play Las Vegas Solitaire
- Each game costs 52 coins to play.
- Earn 5 for every card you move to the foundation.
- You are only allowed 1 pass through the deck.
If you run out of coins, don't worry—each day we refill your total with another 200 coins! You can also review our strategy guide to help you make the best moves.
To learn how to play, watch our video.
One Turn Solitaire
If you're looking for a challenge, Vegas Solitaire only allows for one turn through the deck. This means you can only go through the stock pile once, making the game more difficult than traditional Klondike Solitaire.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I earn virtual coins?
Every time you move a card to the foundation, you earn 5 coins. This means that if you move all the cards to the foundation, you can win up to 260 coins. With the 52 coins you wagered, this means your net earnings are 208 coins. To get your coins back, you'll need to move at least 11 cards to the foundation, which would earn you 55 coins and net you 3 coins.
We give you 200 virtual coins each day. If on your first game you only place 5 cards in the foundation, your balance going into the next game will be $173 ($200 balance - $52 wager + $25 earnings). If you place half your cards in the foundation or 26 cards, you'll have $278 going into the next game ($200 balance - $52 wager + $130 earnings).
What are the odds of winning Las Vegas Solitaire?
Because you only get one pass through the deck, Las Vegas Solitaire is a hard game to win. Of a data set of 1,135,421 games played, only 27,855 were won, making the win rate 2.96%. However, in Vegas Solitaire, you really win if you can get 11 cards placed into the foundation because you will have made the 52 coins you wagered back.
Other Challenging Games
Vegas Solitaire can be a challenging game, and much of it depends on luck. With the wrong draw, you may not get enough cards to the foundation in time to earn your coins back.
If you like the challenge and luck elements of Vegas Solitaire, you'll also like Spider Solitaire, which requires you to move 2 decks of cards into the foundation. You may also like FreeCell, which has four open cells you can place cards in and is most similar to solving a puzzle with a deck of cards.