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I was playing a card game online but I don't know the name.

  • The game is played with two decks.
  • Approx 1 dealt face up in 10 columns with the rest kept for dealing but only 5 at a time despite 10 columns.
  • Cards can only be moved to the next card in suit (you build packs from K to Ace), but you can move an entire column of non suited cards on top.
  • Only Kings can go in column spaces.
  • Full suit doesn't leave the game until it is full and free if additional cards on top of it.
  • Here is a list of solitaire variants: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_patience_games – Toon Krijthe Nov 1 '17 at 8:38
  • Not sure what "Approx 1 dealt face up in 10 columns" means...did you mean "1 dealt face up in approx 10 columns"? (assuming approx mean approximately) – joedragons Nov 3 '17 at 19:44
  • 10 columns face up but i can't remember how many cards in each. Sorry. – Solitaire Nov 3 '17 at 21:34
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Sounds like the game you are thinking of could be Spider Solitaire or a variant of it.

The game:

  • is a solo style Patience/Solitaire game
  • is played with two decks
  • consists of 10 columns
  • cards are stacked with like suited cards from K to Ace in order to remove them
  • Only Kings may be placed on empty spaces

You can find the how-to-play rules here:
Bicycle Cards: How to play Spider Solitaire

A common game may look like this at the start (Source Wikipedia): Spider Solitaire

Sidenote: If you want to give spider Solitaire a go, try searching for it from your start menu. Some versions of Windows have the game installed by default.

  • No sorry marco the cards are dealt face up. – Solitaire Nov 3 '17 at 21:35
  • @Solitaire The cards are dealt face up, with the majority of the cards being kept in the stack. When you pull from the stack you add a new card to each column. Perhaps you played a variant where all the cards were in the stack instead of most? – Malco Nov 5 '17 at 17:17

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