Game info: Spider type; 1 deck (52 cards); no redeal
- Game time: Medium
- Difficulty level: Easy
- Skill level: Mostly skill
- Chance of winning: Low; about 1 in 10; 10%
Object of the game: On the tableau, create four suites of thirteen cards each, in a descending suit sequence from King to Ace.
Tableau (Forty-nine cards in seven columns.)
At the start of the game, seven cards are dealt to each column. In the
first four columns, three cards are face down and four are face up. In
the next three columns, all cards are face up.
Build down in suit. For example, a 10 can only be played on a Jack.
When an entire suite of thirteen cards becomes exposed, it is automatically removed from the tableau.
Any face up card, no matter how deep it is in a column, may be moved to make a build. All covering cards are moved with it as a unit.
Spaces may be filled with a King, a King–sequence, a King with any covering cards or with the Joker.
A King cannot move, except to an empty space.
Nothing can be placed on an Ace.
The game is won if the entire deck in all four suites is discarded, and only the Joker is left on the tableau.
Whenever the Joker becomes available, it may be played as a "wild" card.
The Joker can be moved as a single card to any tableau pile. Cards in correct sequence are then built on the Joker.
The Joker, no matter how deep it is in a column, can also be moved along with a suit sequence under it.
A suite of thirteen cards containing the Joker cannot be discarded until the Joker has been removed.
Stock (Four cards face down)
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