When you're looking to play some games but no opponents can be found, these solitaire card games can be just what you're looking for.
Klondike Solitaire is probably the most popular version of Solitaire played today. It's also known as Fascination and Demon Patience. Sometimes, Klondike Solitaire is erroneously referred to as Canfield.
Pyramid Solitaire, also known as Solitaire 13 and Pile of 28, has very simple rules and takes just a few minutes to play each hand.
The card game Golf Solitaire derives its name from the fact that the lower you score, the better you've done. Apart from that, it has no connection to the real game of golf.
Yukon Solitaire is a cousin of Klondike Solitaire, one of the most popular solitaire card games. The differences include the ability to move groups of cards, and that all of the cards are dealt at the start of the game (although some are dealt face down).
This solitaire card game incorporates elements of Poker, as players build a 5x5 grid and try to make the best possible Poker hands in each row and column.
Baker's Dozen Solitaire is a distant relative to Klondike Solitaire and a very close relative of Good Measure. It's name comes from the 13 columns dealt at the start of the game.
Good Measure Solitaire is a very close relative of Baker's Dozen, with two Aces removed at the beginning of the game to start foundations.