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How to Play and Win Spider Solitaire

By KevonPole Subscribe to RSS | May 21st 2012 | Views:
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Spider Solitaire is a popular card game made famous by being including in most version of Microsoft Windows. Its addictive nature means that many new players find it each and every day. There are many popular online versions of Free Spider Solitaire that add superior graphics, improved user controls, hints and other options compared to the ones found installed with Microsoft Windows. Of course the problem with such a great card game, is that once you start playing it’s difficult to stop even when you win! Any play knows that sometimes what might have been just a quick game quickly turns into an hour of solitaire playing.

If you are playing Spider Solitaire for the first time, then you will find that basic game is quite easily learnt especially if you start playing with the 1 suit version of the game, as there are many more legal moves that you can perform. However the most enjoyable and most challenging version of Spider Solitaire is the 4 suit version. There are always fewer possibly moves, but something about this particular set of rules means that the balance between the difficulty and the joy when you win is deeply rewarding. It’s a great game to relax with and while away some time especially when you are tired.

If you need to it’s very easy to search for “How to play Spider Solitaire” to make sure you know all the move possibilities and rules. After a few games you’ll know exactly how to play, and the difference between winning and losing is just two things – luck and strategy. You might not be able to change your luck and how the cards are dealt but you can certainly improve your playing strategies!

Firstly make sequences of cards by following the suit, uncover any hidden cards as and when possible. Try to build up empty piles at the earliest opportunity and always give priority to rearranging higher cards. Before you deal the next set of 10 cards try or use up any empty places try pile up as many as possible in suit order. Only then should you use any empty places, and again try to keep piling those cards up in their natural order. By following these procedures, your chances of winning Spider Solitaire will surely increase and hopefully you’ll be reward with wins much more often.

KevonPole - About Author:
Kevon Pole is In Free Spider Solitaire the idea is to arrange the cards in columns so they are in descening order in one suit. Card Gamer loves playing Spider Solitaire.

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