Spider Solitaire is one of the many Azur Spider variant games on the market. This game involves a very simple rule set that can be easily explained and followed. The object of the game is to eliminate all the figures by matching the matching cards. The game moves at a pretty fast pace and can be played online with the use of an online card game service. There is also a version of this game available for online play that can be played using an online web browser.
There are several times in Spider Solitaire where the player will be presented with a decision of which column to move a specific hidden card from. For instance, it may be possible to use either a white or black column to move a certain hidden card from the first column to the second column, however, both cannot be guaranteed as neither can any of the other columns. When a sequence of cards is made by matching cards, the sequence must be completed. If any of the sequences is made by breaking up the cards into pairs, then the entire card sequence must be completed. In addition, if any of the sequence is made by choosing a single card from either the top row or the bottom row and placing it onto the tableau, then that card must be moved to the appropriate location on the tableau.
While playing Spider Solitaire, a player can rotate any of the seven suites from any column to any column. Each of the seven suites is composed of one of the seven Spider figures. Once a move is made with any Thrills of the seven moves, all of the other moves remain restricted to the available positions on the tableau. If any player makes a legal move and the card is moved from any column to any other column, then it must be restated and all subsequent moves become invalid.