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How to play Dos Second Edition

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Learn the rules to the card game Dos Second Edition quickly and concisely – This video has no distractions, just the rules. For a refresher of the original rules of uno, check out this video:

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RULES:
The rules are the same as uno, except for these changes. For a refresher of those rules, check out this video. After dealing create 2 discard piles. You may play to either discard pile or both in the same turn. If you play 2 action cards, then both actions apply only to the very next player in turn order. You can combine the numerical values of two cards of the same color from your hand together to match the number of the top card in a discard pile and play to that pile. All number 2 cards are called wild dos cards and they are a 2 in any color you choose, however they do not allow you to control the color the next card must be unless they are played on top of another wild dos card.

The requirement for yelling “uno” is removed and replaced with yelling “dos” when you have 2 cards in your hand. When you play a wild play 2 card, you pick the color that resumes play for the discard pile. Then the next player must play at least 2 cards on their turn. If they can’t, then they play nothing, draw 2 cards then end their turn.

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77 Comments

  1. Thanks for making this video TripleSGames I made a comment about making this video 😊

  2. When do we get trees (is that how you say three in spanish?, correct me if im wrong)

  3. 1:09 am I crazy or is this rule demonstration wrong because the player that placed the wild card didn't play anything on top of it? Another question I have is, I understood that you can play two cards in a turn by playing on both piles, but can you play 2 cards in a turn both on the same pile without it being a sum of the card on top of the pile?

  4. Think there will be a tres someday

  5. Dos was bland and honestly, a lot more stale compared to regular Uno.
    There wasn't a lot of things that made it stand out other than it being a "sequel" to Uno. But now that there's an improved version of it, I think it will be a lot more fun than normal.

  6. THIS IS WHAT I WANT FROM THE BEGINNING OF DOS EXISTENCE!! Omg, I am struggling to feature a new gameplay of Dos just for my friends to enjoy it. And this is close to mine, but they actually made it better!!

  7. Great 😀
    Next unboxing UNO House Rules ☺

  8. THE SECOND EDITION IS MUCH MUCH MUCH EASIER THAT THE ORIGINAL I LOVE THIS!!!!!

  9. Tres, third edition – how to play
    The rules are the same as Dos, except for these changes. For a refresher of those rules, check out this video.

  10. The rules are the same as dos except for these changes

  11. Man but getting color bonus is what made this game unique, now it's just uno with two discard piles

  12. This can be played using Uno Deck
    Wild card act as dos Wild Card
    +4 Wild act as Play or draw 2 cards

    Number 2 Card act as Wild Number card

  13. If you want more complexity, apply the color match rules

  14. This is legitimately what I originally thought Dos was going to be

  15. So if you drop to 1 after saying Dos, do you need to say Uno?

  16. List of DOS Second Edition Cards (112 in total)
    – 12 Number 1 Cards (All 3 card per color)
    – 12 Wild DOS Cards (Wild DOS is number 2)
    – 12 Number 3 Cards (All 3 cards per color)
    – 12 Number 4 Cards (All 3 cards per color)
    – 8 Number 5 Cards (All 2 cards per color)
    – 8 Number 6 Cards (All 2 cards per color)
    – 8 Number 7 Cards (All 2 cards per color)
    – 4 Number 8 Cards (All 1 card per color)
    – 4 Number 9 Cards (All 1 card per color)
    – 4 Number 10 Cards (All 1 card per color)
    – 8 Reverse Cards (All 2 cards per color)
    – 8 Draw 2 Cards (All 2 cards per color)
    – 8 Skip Cards (All 2 cards per color)
    – 4 Wild Play 2 Cards

  17. There is uno dos tres Quatru that’s it

  18. "The rules are the same as Uno…"
    Years of academy training wasted!

  19. Nice, now i can have an ms-dos in real life!

  20. 112 Cards
    18 Yellow Cards (1, 3-10)
    18 Red Cards (1, 3-10)
    18 Blue Cards (1, 3-10)
    18 Green Cards (1, 3-10)
    12 Wild DOS Cards (2)
    8 Reverse Cards – 2 in each color
    8 Skip Cards – 2 in each color
    8 Draw 2 Cards – 2 in each color
    4 Wild Play 2 Cards

    Number Cards
    3 each: 1, 3, 4
    2 each: 5, 6, 7
    1 each: 8, 9, 10

  21. I´m returning this to amazon I can´t belive they ruin the original dos what a shame :/

  22. woulda been better if they called it "dos, dos edition"

  23. Dos uno tres 🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉

  24. Yeah but can you put 2 cards on one pile if the number match and then one on the other pile?

  25. Time to throw my old Dos to trash

  26. Now those variants of variants😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

  27. Now there is variants of variants😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

  28. This edition should of been probably called: DOS – DOS Edition

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