Mahjong solitaire is a single-player matching game that uses a set of mahjong tiles rather than cards. Diamond color is graded using letters from D to Z; stones in the D-E-F range are colorless, and the lower you go down the play solitaire color scale, the more you tend to see yellowish tints in the diamonds. However, if one is not into hard thinking and just wants to be relax and be entertained, the game can be played at an easy level.
On the ace pile, you can only put the next ranking card — that is, the play sequence must go A, 2, 3, and so on. Also leave room for your four "free cells" where you will be able to temporarily store any one card while playing the game. Bypass rings have bands that overlap and part, rather than one continuous strap.
If you are stuck even after dealing from the deck, you can deal yourself three more cards but must continue to only use the top most card and work your way down. When a playable sequence (an entire suite of 13 cards) becomes exposed it is automatically moved to a foundation.
Build on the tableau piles down in suit from King to Ace. Now imagine if one of the above FreeCells were already occupied by a card leaving only three empty. This is a fine application for playing more-or-less standard variations of Klondike (there are options; it comes with other solitaires, too).