'Uno' Has Kicked Off About Us Playing It Wrong And People Don't Agree

Most of us are familiar with the card game Uno. It's one of those we pull out at Christmas that ends up separating friendships and creating rifts between whole families. But it turns out a lot of people have been playing it wrong - and Uno isn't best pleased with it.

The game brand have called people out on a little known rule. Apparently, people who stack a Draw 2 card on top of a Draw 4 are breaking the rules. It's a truly lethal move which forces the next player to pick up six cards.

The move can end up with someone picking up many more cards, if you're playing with people that you shouldn't really call friends.

The Uno team have made the game changing revelation official by posting it on Twitter.

When a Draw 4 card is put down, Uno's rules say that the next person must then pick up four cards and they skip a turn.

There is no drowning of people in cards, despite how satisfying it is to do.

And when something as important as this news emerges, it obviously causes a raging debate on Twitter.

I know they made it and all that, but what do they know?

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Amelia Ward

Amelia Ward is a journalist at LADbible. She studied Multimedia Journalism at the University of Salford, before going on to work in music PR. She has also written for the M.E.N Group and various other publications.

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