Pyramids solitaire (the other names are Tri Peaks or Tri Pyramids) is possibly the easiest variation of solitaire to learn, but that doesn't mean you'll master it immediately. The game divides cards into three pyramids that gradually overlap in the final row. Remaining cards are put in a pile and the top card is turned over. You remove cards from the three pyramids if a visible card is either one card higher or lower than the card in the pile, continuing to remove cards until you can no longer go higher or lower with your current run. Pyramids Solitaire gives this old concept new life by a little animation that plays out depending on how each hand goes - you have to collect the pars of Egypt Pharaoh's image. The bigger your run of cards, the bigger the score you obtain.