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Spider is part of the Solitaire family and is ideal for solo players. However, this version is challenging because Spider involves 104 playing cards and an elaborate layout. The goal is to move all the cards sequentially; each suit gets a separate pile in the Foundation area.

You can choose to play Spider Solitaire in three options – 1 suit, 2 suits, and 4 suits. Beginners can choose the 1 suit option since it’s easiest to win and suitable for those who’ve never played the game. Those with Intermediate players can choose the 2 suits option for medium difficulty. Meanwhile, Advanced players can select the 4 suits option for the most challenging game.


Depending on the Spider game option you choose, you get to use one, two, or all four suits – Hearts (♥️), Clubs (♣️), Diamonds (♦️), and Spades (♠️).

You must transfer all cards to build 8 separate piles, each of one suit, containing cards sequentially. You need to build the suit piles in the Tableau area. Only when you have a full suit of 13 cards, can you transfer it to the Foundation area.

Game Setup

Spider Solitaire has a broad layout consisting of Tableau, Foundation, and Stockpile.

At the start, the Foundation area has 8 empty slots where you can place 8 different suits carrying 13 cards in the same sequence – Kings at the bottom and Aces at the top

In the Tableau area, you get ten (10) columns. From the left, the first four (4) columns have six (6) cards—five (5) face down and one (1) face up.

The following (six) 6 columns have five (5) cards—four (4) face down and one (1) face up.

The Tableau area for these ten (10) columns must contain 54 cards. You need to use the remaining 50 cards as a Stockpile.

In the Spider 1 suit option, you can play with 104 cards from any of the four suits – Hearts, Clubs, Diamonds, and Spades.

The Spider 2 suits option requires playing with 104 cards from any two of the four suits.

Finally, the Spider 4 suit option entails playing 104 cards of all four suits.

Finally, the Spider 4 suit option entails playing 104 cards of all four suits.

In all three Spider options, the Stockpile consists of the remaining 50 cards. 



You can move a pile of the same suit after you build it in descending order – Kings at the bottom and Aces at the top.


When you can’t move cards in the Tableau, use the Stockpile to draw 10 cards and place one facing upwards on each column.

Since the Stockpile consists of 50 cards, you can only use it 5 times to replenish the cards in the Tableau


– You start by moving around the 10 cards facing up in the columns to create stacks in descending order and gradually reveal the face-down cards.

– You get to reveal a face-down card only after you move a face-up card or a stack of cards in descending order to another column.

– You can move any card or stack in descending order to an empty column. However, moving Kings to create a stack is a good idea.

– Spider 1 suit: you can move your card(s) between columns only if they form a descending order. For example, you can place 8 of Hearts on top of 9 of Hearts while playing with the Hearts suit.

– Spider 2 suits and 4 suits: the stack of cards you want to move must be of the same suit in descending order. Also, you can move the stack of same-suit cards to another column with any suit but to a higher or greater card. For example, you can place a Hearts stack with 2 and Ace of Hearts on top of 3 of Clubs. 

However, moving cards of the same suit to a different suit has a disadvantage. It will block the top card of the destination column until you move the card above it. So your 3 of Clubs is blocked and you can move it only after you move the 2 of Hearts from its top. So, only move a stack of the same suit cards to a different suit if you’ve run out of moves in the Tableau.  

– The game ends when you run out of moves in the Tableau and out of cards from the Stockpile.