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How to Play UNO

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To play this game, all you need are UNO cards and a friend. Follow these instructions for a fun game for all ages.

Step 1: Deal 7 cards per player; create a Draw pile with remaining cards
Shuffle the deck and deal seven cards, face down, to each player. Stack the remaining cards face down to form a Draw pile.

Step 2: Turn up first card in Draw pile
Turn over the first card in the Draw pile to create a Discard pile.

Step 3: Have the person to your left match the Discard card
Have the person to the dealer’s left match some aspect of the Discard pile card — either the number, color, or symbol. Place this card face up on top of the Discard pile.

Play a Wild Card anytime. Tell everyone what color you want the next person to match.

Step 4: Draw from the Draw pile if no match is made
Draw one card from the top of the Draw pile if no match can be made with the card on the Discard pile. The drawn card can be played if it matches the Discard pile card.

Step 5: Pass to next player
Pass the play to the next player after a match is made or a card is drawn from the Draw pile. Continue counterclockwise, matching the number, color, or symbol with the Discard pile or drawing from the Draw pile.

Step 6: Shout “Uno!” when you have one card left
Shout “Uno!” when you only have one card remaining in your hand. Play until one person is out of cards.

Penalize anyone who forgets to shout “Uno!” when they have only one card left by having them draw two cards from the Draw pile.

Step 7: Add values of cards in opponents’ hands for the score
Add the values of the cards remaining in everyone else’s hands, with number cards counting as face value; Draw Two, Reverse, and Skip cards counting for 20 points; and Wild Cards counting for 50 points.

Shorten the game by playing only one hand, with the person running out of cards first being the winner.

Step 8: Continue playing until someone reaches 500 points
Start a new game, and continue playing until someone reaches 500 points.

Did You Know?
UNO was created in 1971 by Merle Robbins, a barber in Ohio. He and his family made the first decks of UNO cards on their kitchen table and sold them at his barbershop.


  1. Please tell how many points do we need to add when a Person wins

  2. Watching after 10 years😂😂😂
    During COVID-19

  3. Thanks for the cards, but we'll take it from here 😤

  4. What the hell? Is UNO by any chance marketed as some sort of a new card game? Because this exited since I was a kid, which was some 20 years ago and it is called Macao from where im from (Romania), it's played with regular cards and its 90% identical to UNOs rules. Google it, you can play this game with regular cards as well.

  5. Howcast:you need friends to play uno
    Me:doesnot have a friend

  6. 1:15 Here after UNO’s Twitter said you don’t have to yell Uno even though obviously do

  7. I still dont know how to play…

    Dear god help me im getting bullied and im crying…

  8. i love uno but no one knows how to play it
    and i love it

  9. i wonder if people still play like this cause whenever i play it's war

  10. I am the master of uno card in all of my class mate but one year i forgot to play uno card tank yuo for

  11. Very very very very very very nice game😘😘😘

  12. The RESPECT leaving my body when I play UNO lmao 😀

  13. Damn really shut me down when you said I needed a friend

  14. Who's here after Channie's vlog playing UNO with Felix and you wished to play as well

  15. I have no friends 🙁

    Sike i i have 24 friends 🙂

  16. dude , I forgot to play in uno in quarantine😂

  17. Fix: 1:17 not 2, but 5 cards, just like in the Clubhouse Games version called Last Card


  19. I feel like this video would be uncle because you know wasn’t popular 10 years ago I 🤔 I think

  20. Hey!!⚠️God loves you, Jesus died for you on the cross,✝️turn to Him REPENT!! before it's too late.!!!!! accept Jesus as ur Lord and saviour

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