Solitaire 13 Rules
Object of the Game
The object of the game is to eliminate cards from the board by pairing cards whose values sum to 13. Note that Kings may be removed without being paired with another card, because Kings are worth 13 by themselves. Numbered cards are worth their face value, Jacks are worth 11 and Queens are worth 12. Therefore you must pair Jacks with Two's and Queens with Aces to remove them. Aces are always low (i.e. value of 1).
To start the game, click on 2 pyramid cards that sum to 13, or a draw card and a pyramid card that sum to 13. If no such cards are available, clicking on the draw card a second time moves it to the Waste pile. Waste pile cards may also be paired with any other card on the board and removed if the sum of the 2 cards equals 13. Clicking a non-King card once highlights the card; clicking a highlighted card again will unhighlight it or move it to the Waste if it is in the Draw. Clicking a King once removes it.
Each card removed is worth 10 points. Therefore, removing 2 cards that sum to 13 increases your score by 20 points, and removing a King is worth 10 points. Clearing an entire pyramid is worth 100 bonus points, and clearing the final pyramid is worth 250 points! You may post your score when you have no further cards to remove in the 3rd deal.
To begin, simply click 2 cards in the pyramid that sum to 13, or click the draw card twice to move it to the waste pile. To play again, click 'New Game'. Sound may be turned off by unchecking the sound checkbox.
Posting a Score
Players may post their score once all 3 rounds have been played. To post a score, first log in, and then click the 'Click to Post Winning Score' button after playing the game. If your score is in the top 10 for the day, you will see it immediately. If your score is not in the top 10, you may see it on the EverydayGames Global Online Live Scoring page.
Note: You must post your score before you click 'New Game'.
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