Take a trick!
Everyone knows about bridge but few can truly master it! Show how skilled you are in this online version of the beloved card game. If you use the right tactics, your team might top the tournament.
Place your bid by selecting the trump suit and the number of tricks your team plan to take in the game. Pass if you do not want to bid. Double if you are confident the other team cannot win their bid.
If you are the opening player, select a card from your hand to play. Otherwise, play a card that matches the current suit.
After 3 games, the team with the highest total points wins.
Tips and Strategies
Learning Bridge Basics
Don't know how to play Bridge but want to learn? Bridge might look a little hard at first, but once you know the basics, you're on your way to hours of fun-filled card playing!
Learning Bridge Basics: Answers
Here are the answers to the pop quiz from Lesson 1.
Roman Keycard Blackwood - Part 1
One of the oldest (and certainly the most popular) bidding conventions in Bridge is the Blackwood Convention. Join Bridge Base Online’s Fred Gitelman as he explores the convention and shows how it can work for you in online game play.
Roman Keycard Blackwood - Part 2
Fred Gitelman from Bridge Base Online (BBO) continues his look at the Roman Keycard Blackwood bidding convention. This article should interest most intermediate-level players.
Dorothy Rosencrans Interview
Read an interview with the author of the book “Playing Around: My Adventures on the Zone.com.”
Fred Gitelman Interview
Read an interview with Fred Gitelman of Bridge Base Online.
Joe Andrews Articles
Resident card and board expert Joe Andrews offers tips & strategies in a series of columns for Bridge players at MSN Games.
Bridge – An Introduction
A brief history of the game.
Learn about bidding, gauging the strength of a hand and much more.
Everything you need to know about Slam bidding.
Raising a Partner’s Opening Bid
How to raise a partner’s opening bid and more advice on Slam bidding.