At first glance, this exciting game seems too complicated. But as you master this solitaire, you will see that it is actually easier than you thought.
Spider Solitaire 4 suits uses two full decks (104 cards) of four suits, spades, clubs, hearts, and diamonds. All moves are performed on ten piles. The top card of each pile is a game card. Cards can be placed one on another from King to Ace. King cannot be laid on Ace.
104 cards are shuffled thoroughly and 54 of them are dealt in 10 columns, 44 – closed face down, and 10 one in each column face up. The goal of the game is to put all the cards by suits and ranks in eight columns.
You need to collect several decks of cards in piles from King to Ace. Cards in piles can be swapped in descending order. If there are no options left to move, then you need to click on the stack with additional cards to expand the number of spare cards.
After the cards are dealt carefully examine 10 open cards and consider the possible moves. Having considered the options and choosing the best one you can start playing.
In the process of shifting, try to combine cards of the same suit and making sure that there are no options continue to play with different suits.
Always try to completely free the column by shifting cards to others, use the space for partially assembled “royal” sequences (i.e. groups: King, Queen, Jack, etc.).
It is better to assemble one complete sequence than several partial ones.
Do not use the deck until you are sure that there are no more options for combinations in the columns.
When all 104 cards have been played to the foundations as eight separate King to Ace sequences then the game is won.