Game info: Spider type; 8 half decks, each with cards of two suits only (208 cards in all); no redeal
- Game time:Long
- Difficulty level: Medium
- Skill level:Skill
- Chance of winning: High; about 1 in 3; 33.3%
Object of the game: On the tableau, create sixteen suites of thirteen cards each, in a descending suit sequence from King to Ace.
The foundations are not built on directly.
The fourteen columns are both tableau and foundations, and all building is on the tableau.
When an entire suite of thirteen cards becomes exposed, it is automatically removed from the tableau.
The game is won if the entire deck in all
sixteen suites is discarded, and nothing is left on the tableau.
Tableau (Fourteen columns with six cards in the first six columns and five cards in the remaining ones. The top card of each column is face up.)
Build down, regardless of suit. For example, a 5
can be played on a 6.
The top card of each column is available for play to another tableau column.
Cards of the same suit and in a descending sequence may be moved as a unit, in whole or in part, to another column. Groups of cards not of the same suit cannot be moved.
Nothing can be placed on an Ace.
A King cannot move, except to an empty space.
Spaces may be filled with any available card or packed sequence.
Stock (One hundred and thirty-two cards)
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