Solitaire High Scores

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    Solitaire High Scores

    Draw One, Standard Scoring, No Timed Game. My best so far is 695.

    Anybody beat that?

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    i suck at solitare
    Hmm

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    Well, on older versions of Windows, over a series of games I was able to get up to about $32000

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    600 pt exactly, 3rd try

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    I can't remember exactly, but I think I got somewhere around the 730's once.
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    I got 470
    That was first shot, I think I could beat that quite easily. If anyone can beat it then I will try again.

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    dammit...I forgot about the no timed part.....with time I got 3992 first try (just woke up too )

    some entropy with that sink? entropysink.com

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    605....not first try I hate you sean

    some entropy with that sink? entropysink.com

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    710 - I never had to start another cycle through the deck - trying to do this seems to be the best strategy.

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    played again, 635

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    715... Don't you hate it when everybody's on vacation but you?

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    wait a second
    isnt it the lower the score the better? that's the way it is for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by sean_mackrory
    710 - I never had to start another cycle through the deck - trying to do this seems to be the best strategy.
    too bad the deck is random.... it's not just skill....

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