Rules for Spider 4 Suits | Simply Mac Solitaire
Spider 4 Suit is very similar to Spider 2 Suits except that the difficulty level has increased by 2 fold, and it uses all four suits versus only two suits.
Card Layout: I: Two decks of cards totalling 104 cards are used but using all four suits. 10 tableau piles, with the six cards dealt to the four left piles, and five cards dealt to the six remaining piles. The top cards on the piles are face up.
To Win the Game: The object of this game is to build eight descending sequences by suit within the tableau (each going from King to Ace) and then move them to the 8 foundations. In other words, with Simply Solitaire your goal is to build on to eight piles of all fours suits. (spades, diamonds, clubs and hearts times two).
To Play the Game: Face up cards on the tableau piles are playable. You are allowed to build tableau piles in descending sequence regardless of suit, ending with an Ace. You are not allowed to build a King on an Ace. Groups of cards in sequence in descending order and with the same color may be moved as a whole entity. When tableau piles are empty you can fill the space with any card.
If you reach an impasse and have run out of moves, click on the stock pile, which will deal a card to each tableau pile. Empty spaces on the tableau have to be filled before the cards from the stock pile can be dealt.
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