Rules for Giza | Simply Mac Solitaire
Card Layout: As you might guess, this is a pyramid theme solitaire game, and a very different one, at that. The pyramid of cards on the tableau start with one card at the top of the pyramid followed by six rows underneath, each row containing one more card than the previous row. The last row, which contain the uncovered cards on the pyramid, have seven cards. The remaining cards are dealt below the pyramid in eight tableau piles, each having three, face up cards. You will be playing with one deck of cards totalling 52 cards.
To Win the Game: With the exception of the Kings, pair up cards so they amount to a total of 13, until there are no more cards remaining on the tableau.
To Play the Game: Select a card and drag it over its match that will make the pair total 13. The cards will then be placed in the discard/waste pile. For example, click on a five and eight, or a nine card and four card, or a Queen and an Ace (of any suit). Jacks are worth 11, Queens are worth 12 and Kings are worth 13, in which case you can simply click on a single Kiing and it will be discarded. Aces are worth one.
Pyramid is very similar to Giza.
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