UNO Tells The Ugly Truth About Stacking +4 and +2 Cards
UNO is a very popular game that many families play together on Game Nights. But like any game, there are always disagreements on how it's played. Recently, UNO posted a picture on their Twitter account confirming one of the game's biggest controversies.
In the past, players would use the draw cards to their advantage by utilizing the skip function of the card to doublestack +4 and +2 cards. This would cause the opposing player to have to draw multiple cards in a row, sometimes as many as 20. This has caused families to argue, friendships to end, and school lunches to turn to food fights. It's the ultimate card game sabotage.
UNO set the record straight stating in the tweet, "If someone puts down a +4 card, you must draw 4 and your turn is skipped. You can’t put down a +2 to make the next person Draw 6. We know you’ve tried it. #UNO."
Once that statement was made, the Twitter world went crazy.
What do you think? Will you follow the ACTUAL rules of UNO? Will you continue to stack the deck to see how high it could get?