Jeff Franklin

Востаннє оновлено користувачем Jeff Franklin

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As you could probably tell by the name, this game is Spider Solitaire’s 1 suit version. This is the easiest version and is a top-notch choice for people new to Spider Solitaire to start playing and quickly understand the game!
Because of its simplicity, 1 Suit Spider Solitaire is a great fun for beginners. They will not get frustrated and will win rounds. This game mode is also entertaining for experts, as they can win quickly.

1 Suit Opening Cards

The 1 suit version of Spider Solitaire uses two decks, with all cards being Spades. You deal the cards in 10 columns with 5 or 6 cards each, and you have to start building columns starting from King and ending in Ace. You can move multiple cards at a time, as long as they are in descending order. Once you build a column, it is added to your Foundation.

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You lose points for every move you make! Although this is the simplest Spider Solitaire version, this doesn’t make it “easy”. Whenever you make a move or draw cards, you lose 1 point from your score. Your score starts at 500 and you gain bonus points every time you finish a column.

1 Suit Bonus Mechanics

Don’t like getting stuck and restarting? The game has a suggestion system, which can help you find available moves. You’re also free to reverse any move you make, but this will count as a move, and as such, cost points.

1 Suit Spider Solitaire is a fantastic starting point for a beginner to get into Spider Solitaire! Once you become a master at this game, you can move onto its more complex game modes – 2 Suit and 4 Suit!

Do you want to learn the best tips and tricks for 1 Suit Spider Solitaire? Our main game page for Spider Solitaire features tips and tricks that all of the pros use!


Востаннє оновлено користувачем Jeff Franklin

He no longer lives in his mom’s basement, but Jeff still manages to play online games whenever he has a free minute.


Востаннє оновлено користувачем Jeff Franklin


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