Saturnian Spider Solitaire is a game where the player plays spider solitaire, but is facing off against a wager of money & another opponent. Bart Sampson played this game against his friend Milhouse & his sister Lisa
How it's playedEdit
Spider Solitaire is played like so:
- Place money in
- First player goes first, if the game is timed, they must play the game with the smallest amount of time possible, if the game is move-based, the player will start with a score of 500 & every move costs 5 points while every K, Q, J, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, A stack gives out 50 points, the key here is to play with the least amount of moves possible & if it's mixed, the player must play under a certain number of moves
- Second player goes next, if the game is timed, they have to beat the first player's time, if the game is move-based, they need to have less moves than the first player & a higher score, if both aren't achieved, the wagers are split in half (such as a wager of $250 each player, each player would receive $125) If the game is mixed, the player has to go under the time limit of the first player & get the smallest number of moves
- If neither player meets the second goal of a two-goal game, then the wager is split in half, no one winning anything else
- Dropping out of the game is called "a spider's kiss" or "kissing the spider".
- In the timed game, the first player has restricted times (the game cannot last longer than 15 minutes at the most)
- In the move-based game, the first player has to have less than 1,000 moves & can never reach 0 points during the game.
- No cutting, or unequal splitting, the money if the fourth step comes into effect
- No sneak-outing, or betting less than the equal amount of money in the wager, money