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Try to win this difficult Scorpion Solitaire game. Arrange cards in descending order from King to Ace.
You can move any cards in the column if it is face up, you can move it to any column where the highest card is 1 lower in value than the stack where you are laying it & the cards are the same suit.
51 cards are dealt to the tableau while the final 3 cards are dealt to the reserves. Click on the reserves to deal the final 3 cards.
All cards on the tableau are dealt face up except the 3 bottommost cards in each of the 3 left rows.
Click the play button in the bottom center to start a game.
On the welcome screen:
On the game screen:
This game allows players to choose between 3 different difficulty levels.
Scorpion is a solitaire card game related to Spider and Yukon. The object of this game is to form four columns of sequence cards from King down to Ace in the same suit.
In this article, we'll look at:
Like Spider Solitaire, Scorpion Solitaire gets its name from the way the cards are laid out. They are laid out, as the name suggests, in the shape of a scorpion. The seven columns form the body while the three cards in reserve resemble the tail.
The game is based on Spider Solitaire which dates back to 1917. Spider Solitaire become very popular when it was bundled with Windows 98 which, in turn, led to interest in Spider variations, including Scorpion.
Scorpion Solitaire uses one deck of 52 cards. The aim of the game is to move all the cards to the foundation spots.
You have seven Tableau piles. Three rows of seven cards are dealt – the first four cards face down and the next three face up in each row. Then, four more rows of seven cards are dealt, all face up. The remaining three cards are placed face down as a reserve.
You stack cards on the Tableau piles and those cards must follow suit. Each card you add is one rank lower than the card beneath it. For example, three and four of spades are both the same suit and the three can go on the four.
You can also move entire stacks or even parts of stacks onto cards so long as the top card is the same suit and one lower than the card underneath it.
If you're left with a blank spot, you can restart the pile using a King. If the game of Scorpion is the Casual version, then you can place any card.
Keep stacking cards on other cards until you have a complete ranked pile from King down to ace, all in the same suit.
When you have a sequence of cards from King through to Ace, all in one pile, then that entire section of cards can be moved to the foundation.
Keep repeating this process until all cards have been moved to the foundation piles.
Expose all face-down cards as soon as possible. Doing so will give you more options.
Beware of Aces. No cards may be played on Aces, so be careful about uncovering them before you need them.
It is possible to accomplish more than one objective concurrently. If moves are made in the correct order, you can turn up a card in one one column while moving cards in a different order will not.
When a column is vacated, it provides an area to temporarily place cards while transferring them from one column to another. You'll need to start with a King. Making good use of vacant columns is a crucial skill to win a variety of Solitaire games.
How many cards are used in Scorpion Solitaire?
Scorpion Solitaire uses one deck of 52 cards.
Are Aces high in Scorpion Solitaire?
In Scorpion Solitaire, Aces are the lowest rank. Kings are high.
What are the chances of winning at Scorpion Solitaire?
Scorpion Solitaire is classed as a difficult version of the game. The chances of a good player winning are around 10%.
There are many versions to Scorpion Solitaire. These include: