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How To Play

Pyramid is a fun and engaging solitaire variation that starts with the cards laid out in the eponymous pyramid pattern. The challenge for you is to get all the cards from the table on to the foundation.

You do this by removing pairs of cards where their combined total adds up to thirteen. Jacks being worth 11, Queens worth 12 and Kings 13. Kings can simply be removed whenever you encounter them.

The possible combinations to remove cards are:

King (which can be removed without choosing another card), Ace and Queen, two and Jack, three and ten, four and nine, five and eight, six and seven.

Cards can only be removed when there are no other cards overlapping them.

The pyramid is setup by dealing one card face up at the top of the table. Two cards are dealt on the next row overlapping it. Three on the next row, and so on until the seventh row which has seven cards.

At the bottom left of the table is the stock pile. You can draw cards from the stock one at a time and use it to help you match with any exposed card on the pyramid.

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