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You've Been Playing UNO Wrong Your Entire Life And Didn't Even Know It

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Game nights, be it with family or friends, got lot more interesting in 1985 when Mattel introduced UNO. The iconic card game became an important part of childhoods for those who grew up in the 80s and 90s.

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If you've never played UNO, the basic principle is really simple: be the first to get rid of all the cards in your hand. However, as with any game, the rules and the action cards make it a lot more challenging that you'd think.

Most people who have been playing the popular game think they know the rules by heart, but it turns out they really don't.

LaToya McCaskill, an expert UNO player, had some extra time to read the instructions that come with the game and found a little-known rule that will change how a lot of us play the game.

So what's the rule?

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