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Patterned after the two-pack game Spider, Spiderette is much more difficult to win. Layout —Deal twenty-eight cards in seven piles, in the same manner as for Klondike. (See diagram, page 27 .) Play —All building is on tableau piles. Cards may be built down, regardless of suit, sequence ending at the ace. Top cards of tableau piles are always available. A group of cards on top of a pile, in correct sequence and all of the same suit, may be moved in whole or in part. When all of the face-up cards on a pile are removed, turn up the face-down card, which then becomes available. A space, by removal of an entire pile, may be filled by any available card or group. When all thirteen cards of a suit are assembled in correct sequence on top of a pile, they may be discarded. The game is won if all four suits are so assembled and discarded. Whenever play comes to a standstill, deal an additional row of seven cards, one on each pile, and resume play. All spaces must be filled before a new row is dealt. The last three cards of the pack are dealt on the first three tableau piles.