Spiderette Solitaire is a unique version of the traditional Spider Solitaire using a single deck of cards, which may seem easier at first glance, but actually poses quite a challenge to the player. At the beginning of the game, some of the cards are arranged in seven columns, with a different number of cards in each column, starting with one card in the first column and ending with seven cards in the last column. Only the top card in each column is face up, adding an element of surprise and strategy to the game. The rest of the cards form four stacks that are dealt during the game.
The basic objective of Spiderette is to make four complete sequences of cards of the same suit, starting with a King and ending with an Ace. The cards in the columns should be arranged in descending order. Players can move single cards or sequences of cards of the same suit between columns. Any card can be placed in an empty column. Spiderette Solitaire, while challenging, offers many benefits. It helps develop strategic thinking skills, improves concentration and teaches patience. Spiderette Solitaire has three variations that make the game appealing to many players.