Go for the WIN at the Tri-Peaks Solitaire Tournament Today!

Tri Peaks Solitaire

Get the HIGH SCORE by clearing the table of ALL THE CARDS, and you could be the Tri-Peaks Solitaire Tournament winner!

Today, July 24, is your turn to “Tri” your luck at turning your card-gaming skills into BIG MONEY! That’s right, this game of solitaire isn’t just for passing the time — you can win lots of cash!

You don’t even have to be a Tri-Peaks Solitaire die-hard to win some dough. PCHgames will be awarding two random prizes of $150.00 each just for playing along! Of course if you know the game pretty well, that can’t hurt your chances either! No matter what, there’s prizes to be won, so what are you waiting for? Get playing!

Tri Peaks Solitaire at PCHGames

Playing Tri-Peaks Solitaire is pretty easy. You want to clear the playing area of cards as quickly as possible. You can do this by clicking on a “face up” card that is either one value below or above the current card at the top of the discard pile at the bottom of the screen. Nope, the suit of the card doesn’t matter! A correct card selection then ends up on the top of the pile. As cards are removed, pieces of the pyramids are revealed, giving you more card options to play!  And keep moving ­– points are deducted as the countdown goes!

If you haven’t tried it before, I’m sure you’re itching to go! And don’t forget, playing TODAY means serious chances at money! Over $2,300 in prizes MUST be awarded. Will you be one of our winners? Head on over and start playing!

Here’s how the Prizes breakdown:

1st Place Grand Prize – $1,000.00
2nd Place – $500.00
3rd Place – $250.00
PLUS, the top three token earners will receive $100.00 each!
AND, two randomly selected tournament participants will receive $150.00 each!

Good luck and happy gaming!

Matt K.

P.S. What game are you addicted to? Tell us in the comments section.


9 thoughts on “Go for the WIN at the Tri-Peaks Solitaire Tournament Today!”

  1. Giwak says:

    I have been researching this for a large piootrn of my adult life and have come to the conclusion it all started in the 1920’s with Yellow Journalism.Bear with me for a moment and let me explain, William Randolph Hearst, who arrived on the scene in 1887, was already in control of the headlines on a day-to-day basis because of his efficient business practice within the industry. He was able to produce his Newspapers at next to nothing by manufacturing the tree pulp used and controlling the channel of production down to his papers, the San Francisco Examiner, and eventually the New York Journal (Which became a leading Newspaper).He teamed up with Henry Dupont to manufacture the ink used in the New York Journal and the partnership began to grow.ALONG CAME HEMPHemp grows 4 times faster than the timber used for tree pulp by Hearst.Hemp grows annually and can be grown more timesHemp produces a better quality paper.Hemp can be grown in any region of the United States.Since Hemp grew so fast and it grew in every region, Hearst could not stop the middle class farmer from decentralizing the industry. Hearst knew that he could not provide the intellectual property to keep Hemp from destroying his industry and replacing it with middle class producers.In other words he was afraid of the free market. He was afraid of us… he had to stop it!Dupont and Hearst knew then that not many Americans understood the difference between Hemp and Cannabis. So they used it against the Americans by claiming Cannabis will make you rape and kill your sister if smoked, illustrating the dangers of inhaling by using grim reapers in their newspapers with joints. And people believed it!Time and Time again they would use this propaganda through the New York Journal, claiming that Mexicans bringing Marijuana across the border would sleep with White Wives and take White Jobs. They were also saying this about Black Americans who took up smoking and started the Jazz movement.Dupont’s banker was Andrew Mellon, Mellon bank of Pittsburgh (5th largest bank at the time). Andrew Mellon had a Nephew, Harry Anslinger. Andrew Mellon financially backed Anslinger and threw all of his weight into convincing the U.S. treasury that Marijuana is dangerous and it should be heavily regulated by way of taxation and prohibition.The treasury could use a program that would generate that much income for the government so in June of 1930 the treasury gave birth to the Federal Bureau of Narcotics.Ansligner hated Mexicans, Blacks, and Cannabis. He was on a mission to eliminate all of them. Immediately Ansliger waged war on Cannabis regurgitating claims made by Hearst in his Newspapers. (Success stories followed in the New York Journal).Then, in 1937 Anslinger approached congress with intent to fully regulate all Cannabis. The entire meeting was comprised of Ansliger making emotional outbursts and attempting to offer evidence, all of which was newspaper clippings out of Hearst’s Newspapers.With the exception of one congressman, all agreed and the act passed, Marijuana became criminal giving birth to the Drug War.Not to mention Hearst, Dupont, and Mellon were all filthy rich now and had their hands in official pockets.But the story doesn’t stop here. Andrew Mellon had to study the enemy, He saw what happened with Alcohol Prohibition and he knew it wouldn’t be long before the public caught on.Mr. Mellon then financed Pharmaceutical companies through government grants and private equity to try to create a synthetic substitute for the over 60 different medicinal properties Cannabis contains. (They have yet to accomplish this goal)If you look into the history you will find that fossil fuels would have never existed if it wasn’t for this intervention in the market place.CANNABIS CAN SUPPLY THE ENTIRE NATION WITH ENERGY ON ONLY 1% OF U.S. LAND. ALL CARBON CLEAN.(AND REMEMBER IT GROWS EVERYWHERE)This is where the Federal Reserve comes in. The Federal Reserve System does not want to see the decentralization of resources towards localism because if that were to happen the Fed would lose a stronghold on the liquidity pools it artificially creates. It would also mean they couldn’t use the Carbon Tax to consolidate wealth across the world.With Cannabis being legal and having over 25,000 uses there would be no way to compete against local and more sustainable banks.So, the Federal Reserve uses banks like the Mellon to fund the DEA and keep money flowing and keep marijuana illegal. The Fed knows that with Cannabis being legal our GDP would boom but not in favor of large monopolies like the FED, but quite the contrary.This is why I always say the day we legalize it is the day we end the FED!Thank you for your answers in advance.

  2. renee smith says:

    How do I get to play, the link doesn’t work

  3. roy goodson says:

    what wrong with tri peaks

  4. Mieke De Jong says:

    They shut off my tri peak solitaire AND they took ALL my tokens more than 490.000.- I hope I won this tournament . LOL

    Mieke De Jong a friend

  5. Bridget Gaskin says:

    How do you get grand prize? Highest score?

    1. PCH Staff PCH Staff says:

      Hi Bridget, the highest scoring player will win the prize. You can see details under tournament details here: http://games.pch.com/token-games/tri-peaks-solitaire

      - Jussie W. at PCH

  6. Linda Laster-Bivens says:

    I just signed in to play games -and the box said I would receive 3000 tokens for checking in today but it is not in the token history, my points did not go up the 3000 pts. what might have happened? thanks in advance, I will be checking in to see answers to blog

    1. PCH Staff PCH Staff says:

      Hi Linda, if you ever notice that your tokens are not being added to your account properly, please send us a message on our Ask Us page (http://pch.custhelp.com/ap​p/ask/) with the following information:
      - The name of the game you played
      - The date and time you played
      - The score/number of tokens you should have received. We’ll be happy to add any missing tokens to your account once we receive your message.

      - Jussie W. at PCH

  7. Kanika Loeung says:

    I love $2,300.00 Award Cash Prize but not that game. Good luck to PCH fans. :)

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