The rules of Spider Solitaire are very similar to those of Spider Solitaire. The difference is that the game is played with only one deck and a different initial arrangement.
In Spider Solitaire, you need to add 4 rows of cards from the king to the ace of the same suit. Cards can be stacked on top of each other, provided that the top card is one unit higher than the bottom one. You can drag entire stacks of cards of the same suit stacked in order.
At the beginning of the game, the cards are turned over and placed in 7 piles. In the first - 1 card, in the second - 2, in the third - 3, etc. The last card is revealed. In the upper left corner are 4 stacks of cards (three of 7 and one with 3 cards) that can be placed on the playing field at any time. There are two varieties - with two suits and with one. The variant with 4 suits is not implemented on our site, since it converges very rarely.
In general, Spider Solitaire is more difficult than its older brother - Spider Solitaire, unsolvable layouts are more common.