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I was playing Uno with my family when I had two cards left in my hand. My sister yelled out "one card", thinking I have one card left and have failed to call "uno".

Does she now needs to take two cards (which is the penalty due getting caught when filling to call "uno")?

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    Did you try looking in the rules? – BJ Myers Nov 13 '17 at 0:08
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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is beyond trivial, and a fundamental part of the game. – Nij Nov 13 '17 at 8:36
  • @Nij As far as I know down-voting is the way to go with questions that don't show any research effort. Although trivial, this question appears to be on-topic. And we don't have any policy for closing questions that can be answered by simply reading a rulebook. Not that I wouldn't be happy with one. – tsuma534 Nov 13 '17 at 9:27
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    I'm okay with questions that can be answered by a rulebook when they require a modicum of interpretation or meta-knowledge or otherwise additional effort. But this is literally reading the text of the rule, monkey-see-monkey-do stuff. Stack Exchange is meant to be the place of enthusiasts and professionals, not a sentient replacement for Google. @tsuma534 – Nij Nov 13 '17 at 9:41
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I assume that yelling out "one card" is the way your group has decided to implement this rule:

If [the player with one card is] caught not saying “Uno” by another player before any card has been played by other players, the player must draw two new cards.

That rule does not establish a penalty for incorrectly "catching" another player not saying Uno. You could add a house rule to this effect, especially if people abuse the rule by yelling "one card" incorrectly very often. However the house rule would itself be open to abuse since it would encourage people to mask how many cards they have, so I would only add it if people are being really annoying with the incorrect calls (and in that case why are you playing with really annoying people anyway?)

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