Bridge is the English pronunciation of "Biritch" (Russian Whist). The game grew from Whist, with variants known as Bridge, Bridge-Whist and Auction Bridge. The modern form of the game is Contract Bridge and dates from around 1925. Duplicate Contract Bridge is the variant most often found in competitions. This category list sites that have as their primary focus, the game of Bridge, typically Contract Bridge and Duplicate.
Promulgated by the World Bridge Federation, this is the complete text. Zonal authorities such as the ACBL may implement minor modifications.
Worldwide association delivering information, networking and continuous improvement courses and seminars to its members. Includes a directory of teachers and membership details.
Audrey Grant offers information on instructional material and courses, publications, quizzes and resources.
Offers online play, teaching software, Vugraph schedule, analyzed deals, articles and resource links.
Collects the blogs of several notable bridge writers, including Bobby Wolff; posts "Aces on Bridge" column online.
Covers international bridge events, offering calendar, entry details and bulletins. Includes articles on theory and play, plus information on the Laws.
Presents an online version of Bridge Today Magazine for subscribers, as well as software, courses and books by Pamela and Matthew Granovetter.
Offers bridge news, articles and problems. Includes ACBL convention card editor and a forum.
Jock Millenson offers duplicate contract bridge resources for all players. Includes articles, problems and systems.
Presents an encyclopedia with conventions and play, laws, rules, regulations. Includes reviews, newsletter and web hosting.
Netherlands based Bridge Systems offers wireless scoring solutions. Includes products, support information and distributors.
Presents scenes from on-line games and spoof reviews of films for bridge content.
Library of resources maintained by Claire Martel provides insight about all aspects of the game. Topics include psychology, systems, pedagogy, practice and photographs.
Offers advice for advancing players on duplicate tournament play and all aspects of the game. Includes a forum and sells a CD ROM.
Hugh Darwen's collections of double dummy bridge problems; offers a competition. Organized by type/composer and regularly updated. Includes examples of incorrect analysis in published works.
Sweden based Jannersten-Forlag offers machines with related software to duplicate deals used in club and tournament play. Includes products, videos and distributors.
Bill Butler offers statistics, combinatorics, and probabilities for various point counts, suit distributions, and suit splits for bridge hands. Includes "how to" mathematics.
Provides news, events, documents, links, virtual club pages and simultaneous pairs service.
Offers bidding polls and play contests, quizzes, puzzles, articles, humor, lesson material, calculators and utilities. Includes "Standard American" bridge bidding guides.
Includes tournament calendar, articles by and about Indian players, interviews, bulletins and resources.
Assists bridge journalists in their professional activities. Includes membership information, newsletter and archive.
The author offers information on publications, cruises, lessons and background plus quizzes, book excerpts and checklists.
World champion offers a variety of books and software for improving bridge games. Includes articles and cruise information.
Bridge columnist for The New York Times and author. Offers a column archive, book information and biography.
An eleven chapter e-book featuring dynamic defensive problems solved by new signals. Full text available online, or download in text or zip formats.
Offers daily problems, a weekly quiz, and an extensive library of articles. Store includes books, DVDs, software and teacher resources.
Swedish publishing house of Anders Wirgren is specialized in bridge books and programs. Offers books/ebooks, software, systems and problems.
Fabrizio Munaroni presents postage stamps, postal stationery and cancellations related to the game. Includes philatelic material on playing cards; arranged by country of origin.
Headline links taken from media sources worldwide.
Presents history, Laws, and an overview of bidding and play. Includes information on Internet play, experts and books.
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