Pairing game type. 1 deck. No redeal.


Move all cards to the foundation.


The object is to use up all the cards from the tableau, placing them on the single foundation. You can only put a card on top of another card when the numerical values of the two cards adds up to 13 and the two cards are touching horizontally, vertically or diagonally (i.e. the cards have to be Neighbours).

You do not have to follow suit. Jack is worth 11 and Queen is worth 12. All Kings go off alone.

Empty spaces are filled automatically by shifting cards up and dealing from the talon to the bottom piles.

You win when the tableau piles are all gone.


Quickplay is disabled for this game.


This is a combination of Monte Carlo and Pyramid game elements.

General rules

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