Improve your game in the privacy of your own computer! There is no better way to get better at bridge – to develop great card sense – than by playing a lot of hands, especially when those you are playing with have the patience to explain every bid, suggest bids when you are stuck, compare the way you played with the way they would have played, and never get upset when you make a mistake. That is just what the Bridge Coach does. Bridge Coach will offer you an unlimited number of hands to practice on. You can start with Standard American bidding and then add the usual conventions – fourth suit forcing, Jacoby transfers, and so on – to get to Standard American Yellow Card, a popular bidding system on the web. You can then step up to Two-Over-One, used by many tournament players in the United States, or try a big club system. You can use purely random deals or, if you want to focus on defense or declarer play, you can have the Bridge Coach give a preference in dealing to either your opponents or you. You can even make up your own hands, or modify the hands that were dealt to answer questions like “how would the bidding have gone if I had been able to open before East’s preempt” or “how would the hand have played without a 5-0 split in trumps.” And you can choose to play rubber bridge, Chicago or duplicate. Our customers have said that using Bridge Coach feels just like you are sitting at the table. It’s better than that: you are in control. You can play when and where and just the way you want to. Find out with a 15 day free trial using Standard American bidding with an unlimited number of deals and the full range of playing and scoring options.
What's new in this version
Release 7 moves frequently used functions from the App Bars to buttons on the playing surface, makes improvements to bidding and play, corrects a few bidding anomalies and fixes a couple of execution problems
- Realistic play of the game of bridge on your computer with the computer playing the other three hands.
- Unlimited number of hands to practice on, either random deals or with the preference you choose for either you (practice declarer play) or your opponents (practice defense).
- Select the bidding system and the conventions you want to use.
- Choose the method of scoring: rubber bridge, Chicago or duplicate
- Compare your results with those of the computer.
- Numerous options for bidding and play.