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3 Cards Solitaire at Go Scratch

Go Scratch is proud to introduce their first ever skill game – 3 Cards Solitaire, available to all real-money and practice-money players as part of Go Scratch Instant Win Games.

The objective of the game is to manage to move all the cards according to their suit and make lots of money while do so because every card that you manage to move to its suit-location will earn you four times your card bet.

Bets per card start from €0.02 and go all the way up to €20. You can choose from ten different card deck designs, each celebrating a different world renowned location and includes the Statue of Liberty, The Eifel Tower, The Egyptian Pyramids, The snow-capped Alps and many others.

You can even select the background color for the game and you can even alternate between the card deck designs and background colors mid-play. This way the second you are bored with one design, simply click to change the entire appearance of your game.

If you are concerned you made a wrong move you have the option to undo the last move so you do not get penalized for making mistakes. The game also gives you hints as to what is the right move to make by using a red arrow that points at a card whenever there is a card that is suitable for moving.

Join Go Scratch today and get €5 free bonus – no deposit required! And try out 3 Cards Solitaire completely free and see if you have what it takes to become a solitaire champion.

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