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How To Play Spider Solitaire
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Spider solitaire is a well-known solitaire game, which has gained a lot in popularity in recent years. One feature of this solitaire game is that the difficulty can be changed by using a different number of decks.


Space: Moderate

Level: Challenging/Easy (depending on how many decks are used)

Cards: Two standard 52-card decks

Players: One


The game is played with two decks of playing cards. After thoroughly shuffling both decks together, 4 rows of 10 face down cards are dealt to form the tableau columns. 4 more cards are dealt face down to the 4 leftmost columns and then a face up card is dealt to the end of each column. The remaining cards are placed face down to form the stock.


All building is carried out on the tableau columns with the foundations not really participating in the game much. You may move any exposed card from the end of a tableau column to another tableau column if it creates a descending sequence (regardless of suit). e.g. 5 of hearts on 6 of diamonds or 2 of clubs on 3 of spades. Read the rest of the rules at .

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  1. Why when playing this game and I want to replay it again it's totally different

  2. The set up rules are not clear. If you don't know your talking about horizontal rows it could mean vertical rows of 10. There are better tutorials out there were they walk you through step by step visually.

  3. Deseo tener l juego d espaiderma solitario n mi dispositivo

  4. I thought you were actually going to play the game. Theory doesn't make much sense without demonstration.

  5. porra de jogo pesado nao roda no meu pc tnc

  6. I'm a left hander. Could you please make a tutorial for the left handers?

  7. Reading aloud to displayed text is a no no in college speech classes. I might as well go to Wikipedia and read it.

  8. Thanks for this tutorial… I’m playing Single Suite Spider, and still can’t win. I’m 0-12. It just keeps blocking me with no further moves. I’ll just keep practicing

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