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Pyramid Solitaire Blue

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Pyramid Solitaire Blue

Take a break and enjoy an exciting game of Pyramid Solitaire Blue.

How to play: The object of the game is to remove pairs of cards that add up to a total of 13, the equivalent of the highest-valued card in the deck, from a pyramid arrangement of 28 cards.

When playing the game, draw cards from the draw pile one at a time and reveal each one. If you decide not to use a card, simply cover it with the next card from the pile. This way, you can use it later in the game. However, you can only use it if it becomes uncovered. When two exposed cards total 13, they can be discarded. Discarding is always optional, and there may be times when it is a better tactical choice not to discard. For instance, if discarding a pair would expose a card that cannot be paired with any other exposed card, it might be better to wait for a more favorable card to be drawn from the pile. Cards in the pyramid are considered exposed if no cards are overlapping them, meaning they are free to be paired and discarded. Only one card from the draw pile is exposed at any given time in the game.

Aces are worth 1, jacks are worth 11, queens are worth 12, and kings are worth 13. Numbered cards are worth their face value. Kings can be discarded as a single card. You win the game when all the cards have been removed from the pyramid.