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Dear Solitaire Player,
King Tut, which is also known as Tut's Tomb Solitaire, is an addition type game similar to Pyramid.
My version of King Tut in Pretty Good Solitaire allows you to play offline, full screen, with complete undo and my unique right click quick move. It's the best way to play solitaire!
King Tut begins with a pyramid of 28 cards, dealt out exactly like the game Pyramid. One card is dealt face up to the top row, two cards overlapping to a 2nd row, three cards to a 3rd row, and so on down to seven cards in a 7th row. Only uncovered cards are available for play.
Discard pairs of cards whose ranks add to 13. the valid pairs are Queen-Ace, Jack-Two, 10-3, 9-4, 8-5, 7-6. Kings are discarded singly. To discards Kings, simply click on them. To discard a pair, drop one card on the other, or right-click on one of the cards.
The remainder of the cards form a stock. The stock is turned over to a waste pile three cards at a time by clicking. There are unlimited redeals. The top card of the waste is available for pairing with uncovered cards in the pyramid.
King Tut is a very difficult game to win. An average player wins only about 5% of the time.
King Tut was also known as Tut's Tomb in the old Microsoft Entertainment Pack.
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