This could be the best collection of: Basic Bidding, Bidding Conventions, Competitive Bidding, Declarer Play, Defense, Practice Deals & Partnership Bidding Practice
A link of- all of the bridge conventions you can think of
Quick reference guide to every bidding convention ever
This website will walk you through the process of filling out a convention card for duplicate bridge
You can fill out and print your own convention card
The Fifth Chair Foundation is an international non-profit (tax-exempt in U.S.) organization dedicated to fostering bridge education on the internet and attracting new players to a game that has challenged, intrigued and entertained people since the early 16th Century when it was known as whist in England
designed for those interested in double dummy bridge problems, it's involved - and fascinating
Learn bridge! No Fear Bridge is the most fun way to learn bridge The website for learners.
The member's site is packed with online learning activities for bridge beginners, improvers and advancers.
The common game allows you to compare your bid and play with people playing in duplicate clubs around the U.S., Canada & Europe. They will provide a full hand analysis of each hand played so you can see how you did against the best play of the hand, and also the rest of the common game players. You can even write to the expects with your questions.
Unit 141 web page. Information about all tournaments at Bala
You can now play bridge, practices bridge and read bridge conventions thanks to these iPhone and iPad apps.
December 2010: bridge2go.com - currently Android only
November 2010: New FREE APP called "iBridgeOnline" in the app store that will let you play bridge online with others.
August 2010: BetterBridge1 by Bakhshi
This app for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad is called BetterBridge1, and comprises 16 deals constructed and analysed by David. There are ten declarer play hands and six focusing on defence. The user is presented with the bidding (Standard English and Standard American auctions can be displayed), and then given the chance to play the deal before taking advantage of a 'show' facility which demonstrates the suggested line of play or defence.
June 2010: Bridge Island - play bridge online on your iPhone. Duplicate IMP scoring, rating systems, excellent graphics. Editors review: This looks like so much fun! Just needs people ...
June 2010: iBid - iPhone application for Bridge players that brings a lot of bidding conventions directly into their pocket. With iBid, Bridge players can access descriptions, examples and anecdotes of the most important conventions, without the need of any Internet connection.
June 2010: iBridge Baron. Based on the best-selling computer bridge game. Over 2 billion deals. Tournaments from ACBL, Cavendish and ABF. It's fun to play a series of hands and see the matchpoint results after each. Go back, rebid, replay - he interface, while a bit buggy, works well once you get the hang of it.
June 2010: Omar Sharif Bridge for iPhone. Featuring ACOL and Standard American bidding systems, Omar Sharif Bridge will challenge the most proficient player yet still allow the beginner to develop their game. Fantastic graphics and a strong and respected bridge engine allows players to become involved, stimulated and challenged with every deal. Editors review: I still havent figured out how this one works. The graphics are poor, and instructions etc are difficult to find.