Pyramid Solitaire is a solitaire game of fun, with the opening of a very different picture in the form of a pyramid. There is a large element of luck involved, but there are certain strategies that can be used to dramatically increase your chances of winning. The goal of Pyramid solitaire is to remove all cards from the tableau and the heel. Cards are removed in pairs, where the combined total is 13. The exception to this is with the Kings, which are removed by themselves. Cards can be removed only when they are fully exposed (read: When the card of all is visible, no cards over them) Combinations of letters that can remove are: As Jack and Queen 2 and 3 and April 10 and May 9 6 and 7 and 8 King While Pyramid Solitaire rules are easy to understand, the game does offer is interesting complexity. You have to plan what plates to eliminate the possible options to maximize late in the game.
Sometimes you have to leave a card for later in the game, or will create an impasse. And Sometimes you have to carefully remember the order of the letters in the heel, or if you have enough cards at the end. Early in the game, scan the first four rows, looking for any situation that will make the game impossible to complete. This happens when all the cards that can be combined with a card to be inside the triangle below it. This is because a card can not be selected until all cards are discarded in the triangle below first.