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UNO Clarified The Rules Of Card Stacking And People Are Flipping Out

UNO Clarified The Rules Of Card Stacking And People Are Flipping Out 9

UNO is a great card game to play with family or with your least interesting friends. Frankly unless you’re a card-carrying Board Game Person it’s something most people forget exists until there’s a hurricane or a power outage. 

But recently UNO had a pretty big day online when the official UNO Twitter account made the shocking announcement that you cannot, in fact, stack +2 cards 

It had been widely understood by many sadists who play UNO that if someone sticks you with the +2 card you could simply strike back with a +2 of your own instead of drawing two cards and losing your turn. This can often result in a war of slamming down +2 cards until someone gets stuck with an unholy burden and has to draw +44 cards or whatnot.

While UNO probably knew exactly what they were doing, in social media engagement terms, by cheekily stirring the pot there seems to be a strange tug of war going on between UNO and its own fans about the rules. Namely,…

UNO Clarified The Rules Of Card Stacking And People Are Flipping Out

UNO is a great card game to play with family or with your least interesting friends. Frankly unless you’re a card-carrying Board Game Person it’s something most people forget exists until there’s a hurricane or a power outage.



UNO Clarified The Rules Of Card Stacking And People Are Flipping Out

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