This is a simple, classic Pyramid solitaire game that stands out for its arithmetic subtext. When analyzing it, it is important to remember the sum of the denominations of a pair of cards that can be removed from the layout. The sum of the pair's ranks must be 13. Three and ten, four and nine, five and eight, six and seven, jack and deuce, ace and queen-these are all pairs. Well, the king is an independent card and does not depend on any other, so the kings are removed one by one. As you can see, you just need to remember these pairs to play, and you don't even need to be able to add them up.

The traditional Pyramid is laid out with cards of one standard deck of 52 sheets. The initial position of the cards on the table after the layout is a regular pyramid-an equilateral triangle with a side equal to seven cards, for a total of 28 cards. The remaining cards are still in the closed deck in the left corner. They will have to be used in one way or another, since in the general case, the Pyramid itself will not be able to be disassembled.

So, you are looking for a pair in the layout among the available cards. Please note that only those cards that are completely open are available. If a part of the card is covered by another part (s), then you cannot draw such a card. For this reason, Pyramid Solitaire is sorted sequentially, tier by tier, starting from the bottom.

If you can't find a pair in the layout, scroll through the deck and look for a paired card to any of the open cards in it. For example, the lower tier contains: a queen, a deuce, a four, an eight, a six, a three, and another three. As you can see, there are no pairs. Flip through the deck in search of an ace (for a queen), a jack (for a deuce), nines (for a four), fives (for an eight), sevens (for a six), and tens for threes. By clicking on two paired cards in sequence, you remove them from the layout, and the pyramid becomes smaller. By the way, the player's task is to disassemble the pyramid completely!

Please note that you can only flip through the deck twice per game. If during this time you didn't manage to make out the solitaire game — unfortunately, it didn't come together — start over.

If you are already familiar with the classic Pyramid, try the Double Pyramid (link below). Nice layouts!

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