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A solo game where the player tries to eliminate all the cards.

To play Pyramids, you place one card face down, then two on it's bottom half, then three on those two, down to six. Then place seven face up. (This should make a pyramid)

Take the rest of the deck and place them face down next to you. Take the top card and place it face up. Say you take a 5. If there is any 6's or 4's that are face up, put them on the face up card. (E.I. Put the 4 on the 5) Then, if there are any 3's or 5's, place them on the 4. You may go on and on, untill there is no card left that is next to your face up card. Then flip a different card from the deck on top.

When a face down card no longer has a card on it's bottom, it can be flipped face up. 10's and jacks are connected, as well as jacks and queens, queens and kings, kings and aces, and aces and 2's. If you run out of cards in your deck, you lose. If you run out of cards in your pyramid, you win.

Flags: Very Short (0-60 mins), Solo, Children, Teens, Adults, Seniors, Indoors, At Home, Morning, Day, Night, Sunny, Snowy, Rainy
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