Spider Solitaire is a game that can be played by any level of card players who have an interest in the history of strategy as well as the rules of the game. The rules of this game are relatively simple and consist of five phases including: laying out the rows of the playing field, arranging the stacks of cards, dealing out cards to all players, and then discarding the topmost card to form the center row. Players must discard cards when they are dealt to the playing field without revealing any of their cards. In order to gain points in this game, players must successfully complete all five of these phases without missing any of the steps.
Laying Out the rows of the playing area is very important in spider Solitaire. It is necessary to ensure that the arrangement of the stacks of cards on the table corresponds with the arrangement on the playing field. Once sufficient stacks have been placed on top of each other in a direct line, the remaining stacks need to be arranged so that each player has at most one available column to place his or her single card in. While arranging the rows of the playing field, a single card may be moved from a vacant column to a filled column without moving any other stacks. An example of this would be a single card could be placed in the heart shape in a row and then another column could be used to place three more hearts in a straight line.
Arranging the stacks of cards is just the first step in the spider solitaire 2 suits concept. Once sufficient stacks have been arranged on top of one another, the players must then try to arrange the remaining deck of cards in such a way as to form a “spider web” of cards. The entire design of the deck of cards can be rearranged in different patterns so that every time a player gets to see his own hand he will find a new pattern to play with. This can make the game much more interesting because all the time the gamer will be trying to figure out which cards are the best possible completion of the pattern that he has designed.