Spider Solitaire – A Fun Two Deck Game
Spider Solitaire is a fun two-card game and is considered among the most popular two deck solitaire games available today. The name derives from the spider’s eight legs, referring to the number of foundation stacks that must all be played before you win the game. This particular version of the Spider Solitaire game has several variations, such as matching colors, which is the easiest way to get started, but it is not the only one.
When playing this game you will find that you have quite a few options in terms of starting out, including placing your cards side by side, starting with a blank deck of cards, or creating the first layer with a deck of cards and a hole card. You will also have three decks of cards each, as well as three holes cards.
To start you should put the initial stack of cards face down, preferably in an unused pile. Then place the next four foundation stacks face down and shuffle the deck. The first layer of cards is dealt from the left hand, from left to right, and the top layer is dealt from the right hand.
To start playing Spider Solitaire, you should always have a blank deck, but there are exceptions to this rule depending on the version of Spider Solitaire that you are playing. If you have a game version of Spider Solitaire that uses the base cards from the left hand, you will need to look at the pile and place the cards on either sides of the cards that are used as the base. This is usually done by looking at the deck of cards that are dealt from left to right, remembering that the card dealt from left to right has a face, so that it is easier for you to see which card is being dealt from the right hand.
If the base cards from the left hand are used, then they can be arranged in an order starting from the bottom of the deck, although you need not use the same order as in Spider’s game. In either case, the pile on the left of each card is used to provide one foundation card, or to provide one hole card, which can be matched to a single card in the next layer.
Some people believe that Spider’s Solitaire is different from other card games, since you do not need to worry about matching up colors or even matching the different card colors that you might encounter. In fact, this version of the Spider Solitaire game has some unique features, including the Spider’s ability to match a hole card face with another card, making it possible to reach the next layer by matching up the color of cards.