Giza Solitaire

Giza Solitaire

Giza Solitaire, like Pyramid Solitaire, has the player matching pairs of cards that total 13 (e.g. 9 and 4; 10 and 3; Jack and 2). When the player finds these matches, he removes them from play. Only cards that have no other card placed on top of them may be removed from play. All 52 cards are dealt out at the beginning of the game.

How to play Giza

Giza Solitaire begins with the player dealing 52 cards into 3 pyramids. The center pyramid is one row taller than the pyramids on the right and the left of it. four additional cards are dealt above the pyramids. The player attempts to match these cards into pairs that have a total value of 13.

Valid Matches:

  • Ace and Queen
  • 2 and Jack
  • 3 and 10
  • 4 and 9
  • 5 and 8
  • 6 and 7
  • King can be removed without a pair
The cards on the bottom of the pyramid must be removed before the upper cards can be removed. The player wins when all 52 cards have been matched and removed from the game.

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