R &R Games Pyramid Poker (2017)

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Designer: Aaron Weissblum, Norman Woods

Year: 2016

Pyramid Poker is a two-player design that consists of 54 wooden rectangular blocks, 52 of them with the standard card deck distribution (2-A in four suits) on one side and two of them with a pharaoh on one side.

To set up the game, place all of the blocks face down and shuffle them. Each player then takes fifteen blocks. They take turns looking at one of their blocks and placing them into a two-dimensional pyramid-shaped structure, again seeing only their blocks, then they take turns removing any one block from the pyramid and placing it into one of three poker hands that they're constructing. Each poker hand is competing against the one opposite it that's being built by the opponent.

If a player draws a pharaoh, they draw three face-down blocks that weren't initially chosen, discard two of them, then add the third block to one of their poker hands.

Once all the blocks have been removed, the player who wins two or three of the poker hands wins!


Component Conditions:

  • Box lid has minor deformation.
  • Box bottom has minor wear.
  • The box is shrink wrapped to keep all the components inside the box from getting lost so, they are uncounted. The condition of the components are also unknown. If required to do so, we are willing to open the box upon sale to examine them.
Overall Game Condition : (Rated 1-10)
Box Lid: 9
Box Bottom: 9
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