Spider Two Suits is an easier version of Spider, but it is more difficult than Spider One Suit. Spider Two Suits is played with 2 decks of cards that are half of one suit (Spades) and half of another suit (Hearts).
Again there are ten tableau piles. At the start of the game 6 cards each are dealt to the first 4 piles, and 5 cards each to the remaining piles. Only the top card is face up. Building is down regardless of suit, but only groups of cards down in sequence may be moved as a unit (therefore, building sequences of all Spades or all Hearts is to be preferred to building mixed sequences that cannot be moved as a group). A space can be filled by any card or legal group of cards. Whenever a sequence of 13 cards down from King to Ace in suit is formed, it is removed from play.
Again, the remainder of the cards are in the stock. Clicking on the stock deals 1 card to each tableau pile by clicking. All tableau piles must be filled before dealing. The game is won if all of the cards are removed in 13 card King to Ace sequences.
Spider Two Suits is more like regular Spider than Spider One Suit is, since you have to take care to build in suit sequences. But it is easier to do so than in regular Spider, so it represents a medium level of difficulty for Spider.
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