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How to Win UNO

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Do you always find yourself losing when you play UNO? UNO is a fun card game to play with family and friends, but it is never fun to lose. With a few strategies, you can improve your game and impress your family and friends. So, follow the described journey and you will be winning playing UNO.

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To win at UNO, pay close attention to what your opponents play on their turns. If a player has to draw cards to find a color, it’s a sign that they don’t have any of that color in their hand. You can make them draw more cards by playing cards in that color before they get a chance to regroup. You should also try to change up the color on the discard pile as often as you can. That way, if one of your opponents has a lot of cards in the same color, they won’t be able to easily get rid of them. On the other hand, if you have a lot of cards in the same color in your hand, try to keep that color on the discard pile for as long as you can. Another strategy is to use your reverse and skip cards to prevent players with a low number of cards from playing. You can play a skip card to skip their turn or play a reverse card to reverse the direction of gameplay in the opposite direction they’re in. Try to hold onto your +2 and +4 cards for as long as you possibly can so you can use them in an emergency, like when one of your opponents gets down to UNO. You can also hold onto the Wild cards until the end of the game so you can quickly go out without anyone being able to stop you. Keep reading to learn how the different cards are scored!

How to Win UNO. Do you always find yourself losing when you play UNO? UNO is a fun card game to play with family and friends, but it is never fun to lose. With a few strategies, you can improve your game and impress your family and…