Story Board For Video Project: Spider Solitaire.
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Hello, my name is TaRon. Today I'll be teaching you how to play Spider Solitaire. First we have to set up. You need to suits to play spider solitaire. ( Hearts and Spades)
You want to make 10 rows of 4 cards facing down, then the fifth card in each row needs to be faced up. Then to set up the tableau make 8 spaces in your mind of where to place the completed sequences.
For your remaining cards you will keep them face down and put them to the side of the game space, this will be your stock to get cards needed to replace other ones.
Before getting into game-play remember, Spider Solitaire is not always winnable, it depends on luck and how the cards are drawn. The objective is to build 8 sequences of cards descending from King to Ace.
Now once the game is setup and you now remember the rules it's time to start playing. You use the cards facing up as choices when moving cards. One more thing, to move multiple cards at once the have to be the same suit and color.
"Now you're ready to play. When you start and make your first moves make sure that you are making smart and cautious plays."
"If you've made it far enough and made smart moves you have probably reached the end of Spider Solitaire. The end is easier because more cards you move the more sequences become easy to make. The end game ma not always play out like you want so remember to think before you act.
If you have finally filled all 8 foundations correctly and no cards are left in the tableau or stock than, CONGRATS!!! You've won Spider Solitaire.
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