TriPeaks Solitaire is a classic card game invented in the 90s! each pyramid has a vertex we have three vertices, to win you have to clear all three vertices.
The rank of cards:
In the game are used 13 cards: Ace, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Jack, Queen, King. During play, you can "turn the corner" and play either a King on an Ace or Ace on a King. It doesn't matter which way the sequence goes.
How to play Tripeaks Solitaire:
We one card from the stockpile and place it face-up on the discard pile to begin the game (that starts empty). That card will be the starting point for dismantling the pyramids.
It must be paired with a pyramids facing-forward card that is one point higher or lower than it. If your base card is a 5, for example, you can pair it with either a 4 or a 6. In a game of Tripeaks Solitaire, the color and suit don't matter. It's all about the numbers.
The last card you discard stays on top of the discard pile, facing forward, and becomes the next base for the next pairing. Instead of just making pairs, you're supposed to make sequences by going higher or lower with each move.
The sequence comes to a halt if there is no card on the tableau to replace the last discarded one. When this happens, you can replace the card on the discard pile with one or more cards from the stockpile. To turn a card in this online version of Tripeaks Solitaire, simply click on the stockpile.
When there are no more moves available (and the stockpile is empty), but some cards remain on the tableau, you will lose the game.