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Solitaire is one of the classic card games that have ever been available to be played in the computer. It was fun and very interesting to play such a game in a computer compared to playing it with real cards. With its increasing popularity, other versions of the game were also produced in a computer version like the spider solitaire. The spider solitaire is a unique version of the solitaire game as it only uses one suit to play the card. There are other versions of the solitaire game that is available to be played in the computer as well; however, they do use all the card suits. Spider solitaire is unique because it only uses one card suit or the player is given a choice whether to choose either one or two suit depending on the version that the player is playing with.
How to play spider solitaire?
The difference of the original solitaire with the spider solitaire is that the original version requires players to arrange in chronological order and in alternate colors the cards from the king down towards the two. The spider solitaire on the other hand, although still requires the cards to be in chronology but it does not have to be in alternate colors since the spider solitaire can be played with one suit of card only.
To begin with, you will be dealt with a ten column of cards with the first 4 columns contains six cards with the six card on the top is facing up and the remaining six rows contains 5 cards with the top most card facing up. The rest of the cards is at the right-bottom part of the games interface. All the cards, as mentioned earlier, are of the same suit therefore containing the same color.
The goal of the game is to make a complete column of cards which begins from a king and follows a chronological descending order until the two cards. However, this can be quite difficult to achieve as the cards are randomly distributed among the columns and the rest of the cards at the right bottom of the screen will be dealt randomly as well. The player can deal the cards on the right bottom field by clicking it with the mouse’s left click. Each time the player click on those cards, the deck will then distribute ten cards and place those cards once for each column of the cards arrange above the screen.
Once the cards are revealed, the player will then arrange the cards chronologically by dragging a card or group of cards and place them to where it fits. The player will continue this process until he is able to use all the cards at the right bottom field of the screen or until he win the game. Overall, the degree of difficulty of this card game is not measure by numbers but perhaps by the experience of the player. Some players would say that they have a great time playing the game that it was challenging and fun. Others have also commented that the game is very difficult and becomes boring especially when the player keeps on losing.