Bridge is a popular trick-taking card game that is played by four players in two partnerships. It is known for its complex strategy, deep tactics, and social aspects. The game is typically played with a standard deck of 52 playing cards. The four players are divided into two partnerships, often referred to as North-South and East-West.
Bridge is renowned for its depth and skill-based nature. Players need to communicate effectively with their partners through bidding and card play, interpret opponents’ bids and plays, and make strategic decisions based on incomplete information. It’s a game that can provide both intellectual challenge and social interaction, making it a timeless classic in the world of card games.
In this class, different topics are covered each week. If you have been playing bridge for a while, now is the time to expand key concepts in all areas of the game – bidding, play and defense. We will play eight hands. Materials included.
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