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Pozzo Tallone

Some say this solitaire is the demonstration that 'card games to go alone' comes from Egypt.
Suggestive theory, as certainly I don't believe accreditabile this solitaire had invented by Napoleon, in this case during the campaign Egypt.
However, this type of solitary (sum of cards to get a fixed number) there are several. You can find, under solitary classics section for sale, version of the classic solitaire Pyramid with the Anglo-French cards with three variants and other, playable with Neapolitan cards, with two additional variations.

PYRAMID (or "campagna d'Egitto")
Discard any pair of cards, ignoring color and suit, which total thirteen (13).
The valid pairs are:
A with Q
2 with J
3 with 10
4 with 9
5 with 8
6 with 7
Value of Jacks is 11 and Queens is 12.
Kings are worth 13 and are discarded singularly.

In the pyramid you cannot remove a card unless it is exposed (not covered by any other card). Pairs may be made from: two exposed pyramid cards; the stock card and an exposed pyramid card; the top waste card and an exposed pyramid card.

To start game: press button "New game".
To send a card from stock to waste: click on stock by mouse.
To choose pair of cards: click on tableau and then (if it's necessary) on waste.
To discard pair of cards: click on "Confirm".
To undo selections: click on "Undo".
To redeal waste: click on "Redeal".


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