2 Decks. Medium (50%). Mostly Skill.
To group all the cards in sets of 13 cards in sequence from King to Ace.
|•||10 piles - build . Groups of cards in sequence may be moved as a unit. A space can be filled by any card or legal group of cards. At the start of the game 5 cards each are dealt face up to each pile.|
|•|| (top left, face down) - deals 1 card to each non-empty pile by clicking. No cards are dealt to empty piles.|
|•||Whenever a sequence of 13 cards from King to Ace is formed, it will automatically be removed from play.|
|•||Same suit sequences should be preferred even though building is . The object is to build sequences.|
|•||Spaces should be made as soon as possible. Note that since cards are not dealt to empty spaces from the , once a space is created it will remain until cards are moved there.|
Grounds for Divorce is a variation of Spider. It differs from Spider in the initial layout and most importantly, in that cards are not dealt to empty spaces from the .