The object of Solitaire is to use all the cards in the deck to build up the four suit stacks in ascending order, beginning with the aces.
Double-click any aces on the seven stacks to move them to the spaces at the upper right of the screen. Make any other plays available on the board. When you have no moves left, click the deck to begin turning over cards. The card that is face up on the deck is always available for play. Note that you can only play the remaining deck once in this version of Solitaire, so you have to watch very carefully for opportunities as you play.
You will be building row stacks and suit stacks. You build row stacks to free up cards that you need to build the suit stacks. To move a card or a stack of cards, from one row to another, click and drag the card or stack. To move a card from either the deck or a row stack to a suit stack, double-click it. After moving a card from a row stack to a suit stack or a different row stack, click the next card to turn it over. When a row stack is open (no cards in the row), you can move a king (along with any cards that might be in its stack) to the open row stack.