The rules of the Spiderette Solitaire are very similar to those of the Spider Solitaire. The only two differences include a different layout and the fact that only one suit is used in Spiderette.
In the Spiderette Solitaire, 4 rows of same-suit cards have to be stacked in order from the King to the Two. You can pout one card on top of another if the upper card is one unit lower than the one below. You can move stacks of cards if they are arranged in order.
The game begins with cards arranged in 7 stacks, faces down. The first stack has one card, the second has 2, the third one has 3, and so on. The last card faces upwards. In the left upper corner, four stacks of cards are located (3 stacks of 7 cards and a 3-card stack), which can be added to the field at any moment. There re one- and two-suit variations of the game. The 4-suit variation has not been introduced to our site since the chances of winning it are unreasonably low.
Overall, the Spiderette Solitaire s significantly more difficult than its counterpart, the Spider Solitaire, with a greater number of unsolvable layouts.