Monday, 6 June 2016

Improve Your Bridge - a How to

This post is here to encourage you to read the pdf file below.

The document covers two things. An analysis that says we would all play better bridge if we stopped immediately try to think –  Which card should I play now ?  And instead asked ourselves the question –  What is going on ?

The second part of the document covers how you can use aaBridge to practice answering the question –  What is going on ?,  in an unhurried but realistic environment.

aaBridge can be downloaded from 

Friday, 3 June 2016

Learn to Visualize Hands with aaBridge

As is normal this short post is available as a .pdf file.

One of the hardest skills to develop as a Bridge player is to visualize what a hand will look like after a particular trick or tricks have been played.

Hardest of all is to correctly imagine the cards that will be remain in the hands you cannot see.

The document gives an approach to practicing these skills.

A Visualization Example hand in built into aaBridge.

On the aaBridge opening page, left hand column, named Visualize you will find it just below the "---Examples---" divider.

aaBridge can be downloaded from