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Spider Solitaire

Remove the cards by stacking them from K to A, using the same suit for each column.

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Spider Solitaire

Solitaire is one of the most popular Microsoft's Windows operating system recognized game. Such is the popularity of the game that is has now developed into various different implementations, all sticking with the original solitaire principles but differing in game play. Of all the recent versions, one stands out as being the most popular: Spider Solitaire.

This version of the game was first introduced on Windows XP and quickly became a favorite of PC users, largely because of just how addictive it is. Modern Spider Solitaire has expanded beyond Windows (although is it still a much loved game on all Windows OS) and is now widely available online, Mac, Linux and in the app markets of both Apple and Android, giving smartphone owners the chance to play on the move. Like any of the solitaire games, spider solitaire may seem intimidating initially but with an understanding of the games rules and a small amount of game play, playing becomes automatic and addictive!

Difficulty levels

The first thing you will notice when starting a game of spider solitaire is the choice of three difficulty levels: beginner, intermediate and advanced. Beginner plays with just one suit of cards, spades, intermediate expands the game to spades and hearts, while the advanced setting employs all four suits, a very difficult challenge. Anyone playing Spider Solitaire should start on beginner and learn to master the game play before moving on to any of the harder settings.

Aim of the game

By playing spider solitaire your aim is to make column is descending order - king to ace - in the same suit. Once you have completed a column it is taken away from the tableau. Unlike traditional solitaire, spider does not provide you with any home piles; instead columns are built straight onto the tableau. The game will begin with 10 piles of card being dealt, each card will have one card face up with four or five face down card underneath, there will also be five unexposed cards in the bottom right hand corner of the game; these are known as extra deals. Game play

Cards that are face-up can be moved onto cards irrespective of suit that has a value higher by one. For instance, a 10 can be put upon a Jack and a 3 on a 4 but a 4 of spades cannot be placed on a 2 of any suit. Cards that are unbroken in descending order can be moved in groups providing they are of the same suit, simply by dragging and dropping. When cards can no longer be moved (this will inevitably happen) the payer can then choose to deal, which provides you with access to the five unexposed cards, these will (hopefully) provide you with more options and kick-start your game. When deals are used up and no moves are left, the player can choose whether to restart the game of start afresh. Spider solitaire is really easy to play and once you develop into an advanced standard player, hours of challenging fun lie ahead.

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