Spider Solitaire Four Suits
This is the most difficult variation.
- Number of decks: 104 cards, 2 Decks;
- Game time: more than 15 minutes;
- Difficulty level: Difficult;
- Chance of winning: Low, 20%
Object of the game:
Build eight sequences in downward order from Kings to Aces. Once a sequence is built, it removed from play. So to win the game is need clear the entire tableau of playing cards.
Spider Four Suits - the classic spider solitaire and is one of most popular Solitaire card games in the world. See also Spider 2 for this game with two suits.
Deal out 54 cards in ten piles as follows: six cards on the first four piles, five on the last six piles. Only the topmost should be face up. These columns are foundations and tableau at the same time, and all action takes place on them.
How to play this solitaire:
- Build down (for example, a 7 played on 8, 9 on 10, four at five);
- The top card each pile is always available for play to another pile;
- If you have a descending sequence, they can be moved as a unit or in part to another column;
- Spaces may be filled with any available card or packed sequence;
- Kings can be moved only into spaces on the layout.
Deal ten cards from the deck (in the lower right corner), one for each tableau. This move allowed only if no empty table.
- Same suit sequences must be preferred even though the building is down regardless of suit. The object is to build down in suit sequences.
- Spaces should be made as soon as possible and used to move cards into groups by suit.