One of the most popular card games is the spider solitaire. It is oftentimes played by both the young and the old alike. It practically very simple to understand although it might be a little difficult to win the game.
The main goal of the game is to stack cards of the same suit in a descending order from the King going down to the Ace. This is done by moving a card onto a card that is one rank higher. Also, you can move multiple cards together as long as they are of the same suit and are of descending order, however, if not, then only the top card can be moved.
The setup of the game spider solitaire is displayed on screen once a player decides to play the game. It played using two full decks that are 104 cards all in all. Fifty-four of the cards are divided into ten tableaus, wherein the first four tableaus consist of 6 cards each while the last six tableaus have 5 cards each. The top card is only which is placed face up and the rest are face down. The rest of the fifty cards are placed a pile at the bottom of the screen.
The game spider solitaire then begins as the player makes valid moves. This means moving a lower rank card to a higher rank card of the same suit. The game is only won when all of the cards are removed from the table.