Spider Solitaire has the property that sometimes none of the cards in the final deal can "go" and so you lose, regardless of how much progress you have made beforehand. You would have known that you would lose had you seen the final ten cards before the game started.
I wonder if we can calculate the probability of this happening.
To be clear, I want to find the probability that the final ten cards out of two packs of well-shuffled cards comprise cards no two of which are exactly one away from each other numerically (only the values matter, not the suits).
Note: there are several variants of Spider solitaire. I'm primarily interested in the standard 104-card, four-suit game.