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Now you may try NeuralPlay Bridge Bidding Practice in your browser.

About Bridge
Looking to learn and practice Bridge? NeuralPlay Bridge offers many useful features, including
  • Play rubber bridge, Chicago, duplicate teams, or practice with matchpoint scoring.
  • Support for Standard American Yellow Card (SAYC, five card majors), Two Over One Game Forcing, ACOL (four card majors, weak notrump), and Precision bidding.
  • Bidding and play hints. Uncertain of what to bid or play? See what the computer would do!
  • Bid and play checker. Compare your bid or play with the computer's as you play!
  • Bidding explanations. Tap a bid for an explanation.
  • Claim the remaining tricks and NeuralPlay's double dummysolver will verify your claim.
  • Unique double dummy solver providing six levels of computer AI play.
  • Review the play of the hand trick by trick at the end of the hand.
  • Not sure about the play of a hand? Step through an approximate double dummy solution!
  • Undo moves all the way to the beginning of the game.
  • Custom hand characteristics. Play deals with your desired distribution and point count.
  • Deal editor. Create and edit your own deals. Modify deals that you have played from the Deal Database.
  • Deal Database. As you play, the deals you play will be added to your deal database. Review, replay, and share deals you have played.
  • Save a human readable record of your bidding and play of a hand in the Portable Bridge Notation format (PBN). Open a PBN file for play review.
  • Deal sequences. Enter a number to play a predetermined set of hands. Share the number with a friend to play the same hands.
  • Detailed player statistics.
  • Offline play. Play without an internet connection.
  • Share interesting hands with your friends.

Supported bidding conventions include: Stayman, Jacoby Transfers, Takeout Doubles, Negative Doubles, Fourth Suit Forcing, Jacoby Two Notrump, Michaels Cuebid, Unusual Two Notrump, Blackwood, Gerber, Strong Two Clubs, Weak Twos, and Cappelletti (Hamilton).

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