Yukon is a classic solitaire card game similar to Klondike. One major difference is that you can move any
number of cards from one column to another even if they are not in sequence.
Yukon uses a single deck of 52 cards. All cards are dealt into 7 tableau piles (columns). The first column is dealt one card, the second two, with seven going to the last column. All cards are face down except the last in each column. The remaining 24 cards are dealt face up to columns 2 through 7.
The object of the game is to build up all cards on the four foundation suits from Ace to King. Each foundation must contain the same suit. When all 52 cards are moved there (13 per foundation), you win the game.
Top cards of tableau piles are available to play to the foundations.
You build tableau piles by moving cards there in decending sequence of alternating suit color. More than one card at a time can be moved even if they are not in sequence so long as the top card being moved in one lower and alternate color to the bottom card of the column being moved to.
When the last exposed card of a pile is played, the face down card below it (if any) is automatically exposed.
You can only move a King (with any sequence below it) to an empty column.
Checking the "Auto Play" check box (in Preferences) will cause the program to automatically play any cards that it can to the foundations.
When dragging card(s) to another column, you can just drop the card(s) anywhere on the column (not necessarily on the exposed card at the bottom).