Spider type. 2 decks. No redeal.


Group all the cards in sets of 13 cards in descending sequence by suit from King to Ace and move such sets to the foundations.


54 cards are dealt in 10 piles. Cards are built down, regardless of suit. However, sequences that are all of the same suit are preferred because these are available for further movement. A space can be filled by any card or legal group of cards.

The object is to group the cards in sets of 13 cards, from King to Ace of the same suit. Such groups can be moved to the foundations.

When no more moves are possible, click on the talon. One card will be added to each of the playing piles.

You only may deal new cards if there are no empty spaces.


Spider is one of the classic solitaire card games. It offers a lot of decisions, so choose a good strategy.

General rules

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