Spider Solitaire

Steven Vollom stevenvollom at sbcglobal.net
Wed Dec 3 07:41:48 UTC 2008

Pastor JW wrote:
> On Tuesday 02 December 2008 1:32:10 am Brian Norman Wootton wrote:
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>>> Derek Broughton wrote:
>>>> Gene Heskett wrote:
>>>>>>> The only thing I miss from Windows is Spider Solitaire, it was
>>>>>>> entertaining once in a while.
>>>>>> It's available in the KDE card games :) (KPath I seem to remember?)
>>>> kpat
>> That's KPatience, one of the first few things I looked for, it looks
>> like the same set Vista's got, prefer freecell myself
>> brian
> KPatience is a different game, various games of Spider are found in 
> AisleRiot, ...it also has Freecell and many more types of Solitaire!  There 
> really is nothing in windoze to miss except perhaps all that aggravation and 
> of course all that extra fun of viruses! 
I used to play and enjoy the Spider Solitaire version with two suits.  
The most difficult was not fun, because it was too long between 
victories for me.  On suit was too easy.  Two suits and I won perhaps 
80% working at a very fast pace.  I used it to exercise my memory.  My 
memory is going and I don't like it.


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