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  2. Spider (solitaire) - Wikipedia

    Spider is a type of patience game, and is one of the more popular two-deck solitaire games. The game originates in 1949, and its name comes from a spider's eight legs, referencing the eight foundation piles that must be filled to win the game.

  3. Microsoft Spider Solitaire - Wikipedia

    Spider Solitaire, also known as Microsoft Spider Solitaire (Spider in the About box in some versions), is a solitaire (NA)/patience (EU) card game that is included in Microsoft Windows. It is a version of Spider .

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    A popular solitaire game played with two decks. Close. Your Gaming History. Close. Solitaire: Spider

  5. Solitaire: Spider Tarantula. Login / Join. By Masque Publishing. A two-deck solitaire game where you build by color. Close. Your Gaming History. Close. Your game will start after this ad.

  6. Solitaire: Spider Challenge. Login / Join. By Masque Publishing. Play five solitaire hands in a row to see how you rank. Close. Your Gaming History. Close. Your game will start after this ad.

  7. Ultraverse - Wikipedia

    Solitaire is a crime-fighting superhero. He uses detective skills and a network of street-level informants to wage a one-man war on crime a la DC's Batman. He is not, however, without superpowers, as Batman is. Solitaire has a rapid healing ability (like Marvel's Wolverine) which allows him to recover from stab wounds, gougings, and even gunshots.

  8. Algerian (card game) - Wikipedia

    Algerian or Algerian Patience is a unique and difficult patience or card solitaire using two decks of playing cards. The object of the game is to build 8 foundations down from King to Ace or up from Ace to King in suit.

  9. Canfield (solitaire) - Wikipedia

    Canfield (US) or Demon (UK) is a patience or solitaire card game with a very low probability of winning. It was an English game first called Demon Patience and described as "the best game for one pack that has yet been invented", but was popularised in the United States at the turn of the 20th century by casino owner Richard A. Canfield, who turned it into a casino game.