Pyramid is a patience or solitaire game where the object is to get all the cards from the pyramid to the foundation.
The basics of pyramid solitaire are that 28 cards are dealt in a pyramid of seven rows, starting with one card at the top and each row having an additional card, ending with a row of seven cards.
The face cards have values of 13 for the King, 12 for the Queen, and 11 for the jack. The other cards have their numerical value.
You can remove any exposed pair that equal 13, as well as the king by itself since it equals 13. On the tableau, exposed cards are those not overlapped by other cards. The top card of the draw pile is considered exposed, while those under it are not.