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Yes. You can look at the other side of your own hand. There's nothing in the rules, from what I see, that says you can't. So I definitely think you are allowed to do that. From a practical standpoint, when you are dealt your hand, you'll see the dark side of your own hand while it's being dealt anyways.


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There are many changes today, but not because of the company. Most changes are known as Mandela Effects. These would include that stacking is not allowed (where one player lays a draw 2 and instead of the next player drawing that amount, they can lay a draw 2 causing the next player to draw 4.) However, the rule than changed again allowing stacking on draw 2 ...


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