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What is 4 Suits Spider Solitaire?

4 Suits is the most challenging version of Spider Solitaire, where you play with 104 cards with an equal number of Spades, Hearts, Clubs, and Diamonds.

How to Play


To win, you need to distribute cards from the stock pile and sequence them in the tableau. You want to do this 8 times organizing cards by suit from Ace to King in descending order so they can be placed in the foundation.

The Setup and Play Area

  • 2 decks of cards from 4 suits.
  • 54 cards are laid out horizontally into 10 tableau columns.
  • 6 cards are placed in each stack in the left-most 4 columns, and 5 cards in the remaining 6 columns.
  • Only the top card within each tableau is turned face-up for play.
  • The remaining 50 cards are stacked face-down as the stock pile, located in the top left corner of your play table.

Available Moves

If you are familiar with 2 Suit Spider Solitaire, the rules are very similar.
  1. You can move the cards from the tableau under a card of any suit in descending order. For example, a 9 of Spades can be moved under a 10 of Spades or a 10 of Diamonds. After moving a card, if a face-down card is left, that is then flipped over and in play.
  2. You can move a group of cards if they are of the same suit in descending order. For example, a 10, 9, and 8 of Diamonds in one column can be moved under a Jack of Diamonds in another column. Otherwise, you can only move the card at the bottom of the column.
  3. If one of the 10 columns in the tableau has no cards, you can move any individual card there or a group of sequenced card if they are of the same suit in descending order.
  4. By clicking on the stock pile, it places 10 new cards in play. Simply click on the stock pile to do this. Each column then receives another card face-up at the bottom of it. This may block your ability to move sequence cards if the newly placed card is not part of that sequence.
  5. When you’ve sequenced cards of the same suit from King to Ace, they will be moved to the foundation pile. Once you’ve completed four sequences from King to Ace for each suit, you win the game!
  6. If you move through the stack cards and run out of moves on the tableau, the game is lost.

For more information, see our guide on how to play Spider Solitaire or watch our instructional video.

What are similar Games to try?

If you'd like an easier version, try 2 Suit Spider Solitaire or 1 Suit.

For more games, try our main Solitaire game or our FreeCell game.

What are the odds of winning Spider Solitaire 4 Suits?

When looking at a sample of 510,885 games played, only 31,055 were won, making the win rate 6.08%. This makes Spider Solitaire 4 Suits more challenging than Spider Solitaire 2 Suits which, has a win rate of 16.58%, and Spider Solitaire 1 Suit, which has a win rate of 52.29%.

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