Drinker's Uno

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From: conrad 
Date: Sat, 06 Apr 1996 00:46:10 -0500
To: drink@media.circus.com
Subject: Drinker's UNO

This is something my friends and I came up with when we had more beer than sense, but turned out ok. Use a deck of UNO cards, and play UNO as originally intended.

  • If the person to your right(game currently going clockwise) lays a draw 4 or 2 card, you must draw the required cards plus take a drink for each card drawn, unless you have a draw 4 or 2, which means you can then stack on the previous played card. This forces the person on your left to either drink/draw 8 (if draw 4s were played) or drink/draw 4 (if draw 2s were played, or that person can stack a draw 4 or 2 on top, adding to the drink/draw requirement for the person on his left.
  • If a person plays a skip card, so that you are the one that is skipped, then you must take 1 drink.
  • If the person on your right/left plays a reverse card, so that you don't play, then you must take 1 drink.
  • If the person on your right/left plays a wild card (not a draw 4 wild card) and you are the next to play you must take 2 drinks. If you are unable to play on the card laying face up, and you have to draw from the deck, you must take a drink for each card pulled from the deck..........The game starts out a little slow, but after people catch on, you often need to add another deck to allow more players to join in.

Any questions drop me a line at shirkk@hq.comm.af.mil

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