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Posted October 1st, 2007 - 5:13 pm by from Vienna, Austria (Permalink)
I heard something about new rules, 2 and 3? anyone care to explain?

Posted October 1st, 2007 - 8:28 pm by from Vienna, Austria (Permalink)
I just know the rules 2 and 4, this is the rule where you have to put your hands on the table and the last person have to take two cards. :-))

But no idea about the 3 rules.

Posted October 2nd, 2007 - 12:28 pm by from Vienna, Austria (Permalink)
hm I have no idea too..
but I know another rule with the "0", then everyone have to give his/her cards to the next in the gamedirektion.

The 2 & 4 rule, I just know it with the number 1, but I think there are thousands of uno-"versions" :D

Posted October 7th, 2007 - 2:48 pm by from Sosua, Dominican Republic (Permalink)
The 1 rule we have had has been you can't talk when a 1 has been thrown in until another 1 has been thrown in, so everytime somebody talks they have to pick up 2 cards.

I like birgelix's rule of no questions, if you ask a question, of any sort you have to pick up 2 cards.

spy

Posted October 8th, 2007 - 4:02 pm by from Sosua, Dominican Republic (Permalink)
Everybody needs to make sure they have their nails, trimmed, no stabbings needed in the 2 and 4 rule please.

Posted October 16th, 2007 - 11:58 am by from Anchorage, United States (Permalink)
I don't like the rule of asking no questions!!! I mean, this is a social event too right? That means I can't ask anybody their name? That's silliness!! Or I can and lose the game...no way! I'm too competitive! I'm scared...:)

C~

Posted October 19th, 2007 - 9:22 pm by from Berlin, Germany (Permalink)
no questions: its a fantastic rule and i dont want to miss it anymore! beginners learn very fast, we made a few field studies during our Uno bootcamp on monday 15th in viennese parks ;) oh, and no question, kudos again for winning the try out round christine =P

P.

Posted October 24th, 2007 - 12:32 am by from Vienna, Austria (Permalink)
Hehe, its really hard with the no question rule, but better than the no speaking rule, this would be much harder! Or the damn zero rule, where you have to change your cards to you right neighbour and get the cards of your left neighbour. Thats really bad and I hate it!!!

:-)))

Posted October 24th, 2007 - 9:26 am by from Vienna, Austria (Permalink)
I don't like the no question rule at all, it's quite unsocial in a way, and doesn't add that much to the game.

OTOH, the switch cards rule is fine because it doesn't matter to collect a lot of cards, odds are that you get rid of them again soon :)

BTW where are the results from our first evening?

Posted October 24th, 2007 - 11:01 am by from Tulln an der Donau, Austria (Permalink)
We played on wednesday in the tunnel, and the switch card rule worked really great :-)

Hope I can make it to the next tournament.