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Giza Solitaire

1 deck. Average. No redeal.

Giza Solitaire
Giza Solitaire
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Giza Solitaire uses one deck (52 cards). A pyramid of cards is dealt, consisting of 28 cards in 7 overlapping rows. The remaining 24 cards are dealt to 8 tableau piles with 3 cards per pile.

The object of the game
To pair up all the cards in the deck in pairs of cards that total 13 and remove them to the single discard pile.

The rules
Only uncovered cards in the pyramid and the top cards of the tableau piles are available for play. Select pairs of cards that total 13 by using the mouse (for example: 7 and 6, 3 and 10, 2 and Jack, Queen and Ace). Kings are discarded as a single card rather than as a pair. To discards Kings, simply click on them. Aces are worth 1. Jacks are worth 11. Queens are worth 12. Kings are worth 13.

There is no redeal.

This solitaire is a variation of Pyramid. It was invented by Michael Keller.

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