Pyramid rules

Pyramid game rules

How to play Pyramid Solitaire

Pyramid is a solitaire card game in which yo should try to remove all cards from the pyramide (or pyramids), pairing cards that add 13 points.

  • Jacks value 11 (removed with 2), Queens 12 (removed with Ace), and Kings 13 (removed alone).
  • Sometimes there is one only pyramid, and some other times there is a three pyramids structure. You can play cards that are not covered below by another card.
  • Sometimes cards leave the deck in groups of 3, stacking in 3 piles, so that the top card of each pile is available to play. Some other times there is one only pile, and the top cards of the deck and the pile are available.
Whenever you play a rated solitaire game in Ludoteka, you are competing against other players. Up to 25 different players will play the same game, during a maximum period of two days. For more information see the solitaire games.

Your score depends on the number of cards released from the pyramid.

You can find more information about this game in the Wikipedia article about Pyramid