Spider Solitaire Card Game
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Spider Solitaire Instructions
If you are looking for a fun twist on our Classic Solitaire game, you’re in the right place! In fact, Spider Solitaire is a card game that has a lot of similar rules to Classic, or Klondike Solitaire.
To play this free version spider solitaire, you need to simply remove all cards from the table and stack them in the eight foundation slots. This is done by creating runs of cards in descending order (King, Queen, Jack, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, Ace) and in the same suit. When a run is created, it is automatically moved to a foundation slot. If you are an expert at Spider Solitaire, try playing with 2 or 4 suits. The more suits, the harder the game is.
Spider Solitaire History
Spider Solitaire is a two-deck patience game, meaning it is a single-player card game played with two decks of cards. It is a variant of Klondike, or Classic Solitaire – a popular card game that uses one deck of cards. Spider Solitaire originated in 1949 and received its name because spiders have eight legs, just as the game has eight foundation piles. Today, it is one of the most popular variants of Classic Solitaire and can be played online 24/7.