Play Triple Klondike Solitaire Turn 3 Online for Free

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What is Triple Klondike Turn 3?

Triple Klondike Turn 3 is Klondike Solitaire Turn 3 with 3 decks, or 156 cards. Because there are more cards, you have more opportunities to build cards, making the game is easier than original Klondike. Unlike Turn 1, you deal 3 cards from the stock pile at a time.

How to Play


Your goal is to move all cards to the 12 foundation piles by suit from Ace to King in ascending order. You do this by moving cards from the stock pile and and organizing cards in the tableau.

How to Play


Your goal is to move all cards to the 12 foundation piles by suit from Ace to King in ascending order. You do this by moving and organizing cards from the stock pile and tableau.

The Setup and Play Area

Foundation piles:These are the 12 piles where you aim to move playable cards in order from Ace to King by suit. Successfully placing all 156 cards in the foundation wins the game.

Tableau piles: This area consists of 13 columns, with the first column containing one card and each subsequent column containing one additional card. Each card starts face down, except the last card in each column, which is face-up. In total, there are 91 cards in the tableau.

Stock pile: The rest of the cards, or 65 total, go into the stock pile.

Waste pile: Cards are moved three at a time from the stock pile to the waste pile. The top card of the three shown in the waste pile can be moved to either the foundation or the tableau if it is a legal move. If that card is moved, the card behind it is now available to play.

Available moves

  • Foundations must be built in ascending order by suit. For example, a foundation pile will start with an Ace of Clubs, followed by a 2 of Clubs and so on until it ends with a King of Clubs.
  • Tableau cards can be moved by sequencing them descending order, alternating between red and black. For example, you can move a 10 of Hearts on top of a Jack of Spades in another tableau column.
  • The top card of each tableau column can be moved to the foundation.
  • You can move multiple cards at one time. To move a group of cards, they must be sequenced, and the top card of that group must be placed on top of a playable card of the opposite suit and one rank higher.
  • The top card of the waste pile can be played into the tableau or foundation. You dispense cards from the stock pile into the waste pile 3 at a time.
  • Only Kings can move into empty tableau columns.


  • Reveal face-down cards early. Aim to reveal as many face-down cards as possible. This allows you to see what cards you’ve got and what moves you can make.
  • Move aces to the foundations as soon as they’re available. This will clear the card from the tableau, enabling you to build more.
  • Try to build the foundations evenly. If one foundation is built immediately in the game, you now have fewer cards of that color to help you sequence.
  • Try to empty the tableau columns quickly. This allows you to move Kings to these empty columns and free up cards to help you sequence.
  • Only empty a tableau once you have a king to fill the slot. It’s best to empty a tableau once you know you have a king. Otherwise, you may block other potential moves.
  • Try to reveal cards in the larger tableau columns first. Critical cards may be placed behind numerous cards in these columns. Prioritize revealing them.

You can learn strategies here.

Frequently Asked Questions

What the difference between Triple Klondike Turn 1 and Turn 3?

The rules are exactly the same, except you deal three cards from the stock pile into the waste pile at a time.

What are the odds of winning?

When looking at 4,361 random games played, 1,915 were won, making the win rate 43.91%. One deck Turn 3, in comparison, has a 11.08%, and is much harder to win.

What are similar games to try?

Try Klondike Turn 3 or Double Klondike Turn 3.

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