Yes, as I posted.

Joining at a table on:

http://allinplay.com

There are bots.  When someone joins the table the bot ris replaced.
Normal tables can have up to 8 players.
There are tables where you start play with 8,5 and 3 cards.
New tables have been added to the mix, which I enjoy.
These tables start with only 1 bot instead of 2.
Playing head to head is cool.
Also with these tables you have to start with 7 cards.
And one table will allow more then 2 players to play.
Finally there is the big shoe table where you play with five cards to start, 
but there is 6 decks.
Other tables have 2 decks.

As this game is not a poker game, you try to met your goal of 1888 points. 
The number of points you give away is added up and this is what is posted on 
the score board.
If your score is low enough to get on the score board, it can stay there for 
15 weeks.

If joing before to say crash was the member who sent you.

Crash
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From: "dennis" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Sent: Tuesday, August 12, 2008 2:43 PM
Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Accessible Uno game with human players


> is there a version where you can play against the computer?
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> Sent: Tuesday, August 12, 2008 4:33 PM
> Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Accessible Uno game with human players
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>> Hi Ann,
>> Not that I am aware of, but sounds like a nice idea for a future USA
>> Games project. Smile.
>>
>> ANN wrote:
>>> Hi folks,
>>>
>>> I have been playing the spoonbill version of the card game, Uno, for a
>>> little while now, and I love it. Is there any other accessible Uno games
>>> out there that will allow someone to play with real players, and not
>>> just against the computer players?
>>>
>>> If there isn't such a beast out there, perhaps some excellent game
>>> programmer, like Jim Kitchen for example, could create one? <smile>
>>>
>>> Thanks.
>>>
>>> ~Ann
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