Left Hand UNO | Source: Mattel

Mattel Games is celebrating International Lefthanders Day with a new UNO deck aimed at giving lefties and advantage.

Left Hand UNO switches the numbers to the opposite side of the card so that left-handed players can better see their hand.

Left Hand UNO | Source: Mattel


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The game is played just like traditional UNO with players racing to get rid of their cards by matching them to the card displayed on the top of the discard pile.

Using famed action cards like Wild Draw Four, Skip, and Reverse, players can alter the game in an effort to become the first player to have just one card left and yell “UNO!” to win.