Bridge is a trick-taking card game using a standard deck of 52 playing cards, played by four players in two competing partnerships.
In contract bridge you always play with a partner against another pair. All the 52 cards are dealt out, each player receiving 13 cards. For most recreational players, bridge is simply an interesting and fun game that never gets boring and is always challenging. However, with practice and experience, any person with a good memory can, during the course of a game, pretty much work out who holds which cards.
What makes bridge different from many other card games is its bidding system. Bidding often takes up half of a game, while the other half comprises the actual playing of the cards. The side that “wins” the bidding is contracting to take a certain number of tricks in the play, and will be rewarded in the scoring if they do so, but punished if they fail.
We teach the Acol bidding system - weak 1 NT Opener.
A series of 10 lessons for beginners will be run from Monday 6th May 2019. If you are interested in learning to play, or in joining our club, please contact Angela Signal Ph. (09) 278 7627. Or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will be able to help you.
All players pay table money of $3 per session, which includes a hot drink and biscuit.