Black Widow Solitaire Rules
Black Widow is a variation of Spider in which sequences, regardless of suit, may be moved within the tableau.
Number of Decks: 2
Initial Layout: Deal five rows of ten cards each, face down, overlapping each row. Deal one more card to the first four piles. Turn the top card of each pile face up.
Object: Move all eight thirteen-card suit sequences, from King to Ace, as a unit to the foundation piles.
Play: Cards are built down regardless of suit. Any in-suit sequence of cards may be moved as a whole. Spaces may be filled with any card.
When play comes to a standstill, or earlier if desired, another row of cards can be dealt to the tableau from the stock.
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