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  • Re: Optimal solutions ?

    The only problem with making ALL card –> home moves when available is that this makes a few games impossible to solve. There is a better rule for making

    jlandgdc 4 hours ago
  • Re: Optimal solutions ?

    It appears that my program solves the PySol FreeCell's version, where all cards that can go to foundations are removed, so the moves count is different from MS

    jcmeyrignac 9 hours ago
  • Re: Optimal solutions ?

    You were probably thinking about Yuri's site: http://freecellgamesolutions.com/ However, the published solutions are far from optimal. JC On Fri, May 29, 2015

    jcmeyrignac 1 day ago
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This group is dedicated to the discussion of the usage and
development of the Freecell Solver library and related programs, other Freecell solvers, and solvers for other Patience/Card Solitaire games in general.

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  • Feb 11, 2001
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