The puzzle page deals out what appears to be a game of FreeCell, but with a pair of jokers added into the deck. As it turns out, this is a variant of FreeCell in which the jokers can be used as wild cards when building up from the foundation.
Once the game is complete, a dialog box appears with text referring to a
member of the Collegium Pontificum and giving a short string of encrypted
JJMIZ LEKUN OBQOQ CNJR. The reference to the Collegium
Pontificum hints to the word “pontifex,” and as it happens there is an
encryption algorithm nicknamed Pontifex,
and using a deck of cards (with jokers) for encryption and decryption.
The Solitaire algorithm uses the order of cards in the deck as the key. If you take the order that the cards were dealt for the game of FreeCell:
8♥ 4♣ J♥ J♠ A♠ 6♠
A♦ 7♥ 5♦ 3♥ 4♠ 2♦ 10♣ 10♠ A♥ 5♠ 3♣ J♣ 8♦ 9♣ 2♠ 9♦ Joker-B 3♦ 3♠ 4♥
J♦ Q♦ 4♦ Q♠ 9♥ 7♠ A♣ K♣ Joker-A 2♥ 6♣ K♠ 5♣ Q♣ 9♠ 8♣ 7♣ 6♦ 8♠ 7♦
10♦ 2♣ Q♥ 10♥ 5♥ K♥ 6♥ K♦
You can then use Solitaire to decrypt the cipher text and get
THE ANSWER IS TURNPIKE.