Fancy a game of Klondike Solitaire?
It's a solitaire card game called Klondike. When it comes to solitaire card games in the United States and Canada, the term "Spider Solitaire" is used without additional qualifiers and refers to Klondike. "Patience" is also a common term in the United Kingdom. The game is also known as American Patience, Fascination, Triangle, and Demon Patience in other regions.
Richard Canfield's "Demon" solitaire card game is known as "Canfield" in England, while Klondike is referred to as "Canfield" in the United States of America (although Canfield himself called his game Klondike).
Klondike may have been named after a Canadian region where a gold rush occurred, according to Tung (2015), who claims the game became popular in the late nineteenth century. Its current ubiquity can be attributed in large part to its inclusion in Microsoft Windows operating systems in the 1990s. It's the most widely played form of solitaire.