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Has anyone completed the solitaire game? My highest score so far is 515. The biggest i have i have been facing is bad cards and the somewhat annoying 3card draw

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I got about 890, and finished it. Of course, I was using single card deal. Hate 3 card deal :p

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how do you change it to single card deal? I am stuck on 3 card deal and its soo annoying, all of the cards i need is stuck within that 3 card pile that cant release to the crappy card blocking it

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how do you change it to single card deal? I am stuck on 3 card deal and its soo annoying, all of the cards i need is stuck within that 3 card pile that cant release to the crappy card blocking it

Through one of the main workflow changes that most people still don't realise in Windows 8 - through the settings charm :p The settings in the settings charm are related to the application you're currently using, and most of the options to Metro style apps are keep in the settings charms, not on the main app screen itself.

So yeah, just open up Solitaire, open setting charm, change to single card (:

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It crashes when I try to deal a card. (basically it freezes and then restarts the app or shows the start screen.

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Did Solitaire scoring change? I scored a 8490 the other day playing it on Windows XP.

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Yeah, it changed.

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I won with 700 on three-card deal.

The new winning animation is a nice touch.

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I cringe every time I open it. The low resolution is painful to look at >.<

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