Double Pyramid is a free online game. A game with a lot of features and amazing gameplay.
Pyramid's two-deck version by Thomas Warfield. The game is difficult, with a 5% chance of winning. It is played with two decks, and your odds of victory are primarily determined by your skill and luck.
The game is similar to Pyramid and other solitaire games.
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A Pyramid of 50 cards. Only uncovered cards are available for play. Discard pairs of cards whose ranks add to 13. Kings are discarded singly. To discard a pair, drop one card on the other, or right: Card pyramid. Only exposed cards can be used to play. Remove any pairings of cards whose rankings total up to 13. Kings are rejected individually. Drop one card on top of the other to discard a pair of cards or right-click on one of the cards.
Stock: Click to flip over cards one at a time to the garbage. There are two redeals.
Waste: The top card is playable.
Five cards. The first card is dealt. Then, in a second row that overlaps the preceding row, two cards are dealt. The third row contains three cards, the fourth row contains four cards, the fifth row contains five cards, the sixth row contains six cards, the seventh row contains seven cards, the eighth row contains eight cards, and the ninth row contains nine cards. Every card is dealt face-up.
On the pyramid, no construction is authorized.
Cards on the pyramid that are not underneath another card are playable.
The pyramid's empty slots may not be filled.
There is one garbage pile and the remaining cards comprise the stock.
When you click on the stock, one card from the stock is dealt to the garbage. The top card of the stock is face-up and ready for matching with cards onto the trash or elsewhere if the other card is chosen first. There are three trips through the stock allowed.
The top waste card is now ready for play.