Pyramid Solitaire is a solitaire card game where the player tries to match cards into pairs that total 13 (e.g. Ace and Queen; 2 and Jack; 3 and 10; 4 and 9). When a player finds these pairs, he removes them from play. The player can not remove cards that have other cards on top of them. When a player gets stuck he can draw another card from the deck and try to use that card to form a match. The player wins when all the cards have been removed from the pyramid.
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