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Linux Game of the Month : PySol

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If you asked a number of people (who know nothing about computers) to walk around and look over people's shoulders to discover the most popular computer application, they might be tempted to say "cards", specifically solitaire. I'm not saying people aren't working hard — in fact, I'm advocating that people are working too hard — it's just that seeing an idle PC with a game of solitaire displayed prominently has been one of the most common sites on business computers over the years. On a related note, the fact that's it's plain old solitaire that you see says a lot about how boring that other OS is when it comes to a decent game of cards.

oday, I'm going to tell you about a solitaire game that will redefine how you view solitaire games. It's called PySol. So what makes PySol such a great game?

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