Your Move From Classes to Competitive Bridge
You have finished your Bridge classes. It’s time to expand your experience of playing bridge. What can you do to ease your transition into competitive bridge and help you to develop as a good player?
What you should do
What you must do is to start playing Bridge regularly, at least once or twice a week. Play lots of bridge in a mixture of environments.
- It might be at home in the company of like-minded friends where you can have a good social evening and practice your bidding system.
- Start playing in a club. Morning, afternoon and evening most days,
Life at Your Local Bridge Club
This is a guide for newcomers to Bridge who have been learning to play and now wish to get involved by joining and playing at a real life Bridge Club.
WHO WILL YOU MEET?
Here we are discussing life in a face to face (F2F) bridge environment, though the concepts will be mostly applicable to online play.
These are a crossmix of society united by a passion for Bridge. They are human like the rest of us, with the normal failings and good points. Duplicate Bridge is a competitive sport, and some are more competitive than others. During a game some . . .
Playing Bridge Online on RealBridge
You can play Bridge online on various internet platforms, including RealBridge.
RealBridge run weekly introduction sessions supervised by RealBridge experts. It is a good idea to attend one of these prior to playing in the lounge. Please check their website for details of this week’s sessions.
If you are completely new to RealBridge we would recommend you have a quick look at the user guide before you start linked here: User Guide
If you have just joined the group, you may have missed our welcome email that included a link to the Audio/Visual test which we also recommend you do to ensure that . . .