Read this tutorial to know how to arrange that deck in solitaire

Solitaire is a single-player card game that makes use of the traditional deck comprised of 52 cards. Most of the traditional sessions played by Americans are a variation of the game called Klondike. It's quite uncomplicated and needs some luck and skill. If you want to learn how to play solitaire, read through the article.

To start playing, you need 52 cards, excluding the joker. You can use a table or any surface wide enough to accommodate the layout. When shuffling the entire deck, 4 to 5 times is enough. They are then piled into 7 rows, with the amount of cards increasing starting from the left to the right, i.e., the first pile on the left will only have one card, the second pile will have two and so on until you reach the seventh row and pile seven cards. Remember that all the top cards in each row should face up while the rest face down. You need to have a space at the top of the layout because you need to place four piles here. Once you flip an ace, the four foundation piles will start to be formed. They will be arranged by value in ascending order and categorized into the 4 suits - hearts, diamonds, clubs and spades. The remaining 24 cards are placed on the upper left side and become the draw pile.

The top cards on each pile and the ones on the draw pile are used to play. As mentioned above, the ace is used to start the four foundations. Work around cards in the whole tableau and arrange them in a descending manner and alternating colors. For instance, you can move a red queen below a black king or a black 5 under a red 6. When a card facing up has been removed, you can now flip the succeeding card and make it face up. When you can no longer arrange the cards that are facing up, you can pick from the draw pile. It is best to start forming the four foundations the soonest time possible. As soon as everything has been placed into the foundations, the game ends.