The Best Bridge Club in Town
2024 Fundraiser
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Dear Adobe Family:

Thank you so much for your generous donations. To date, we’ve accrued roughly $45,000 which is invested in a Treasury backed Money Market fund currently paying 5.02%. ..........

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The Adobe Bridge Center, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) Public Charity and is open to the General Public for Duplicate Bridge education and Bridge play.

All donors will receive a confirmation letter that can be used as proof of donation to a 501(c)(3) charity and therefore is tax deductible for State and Federal taxes.

If your estate planning includes charitable giving, please consider Adobe. We can also accept donations of Stocks, Bonds or Mutual Funds.

You can donate to Adobe here and pay by Credit Card, Debit Card or PayPal Account.  We are using donations to pay down our mortgage,

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Adobe Bridge Club, Inc.

401 E Limberlost Drive

Tucson, AZ 85705

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Instructors Biographies
Adobe Instructors

Adobe Instructor Biographies


Barbara Rosenthal 

Barbara has been teaching bridge in Tucson and aboard cruise ships for 15 years. She has taught hundreds this wonderful game and loves bringing beginners into the bridge world. She is always available for questions from her students. She will teach on zoom and Shark bridge where you can play the hands taught in the classes. You can email Barbara at


Larry Hudgens  

Larry is an ACBL accredited instructor having taught private bridge lessons for many years.


 Ram aka Sundaresan Ram 

Born and raised in India, Ram has been living in Tucson since the mid 80's.  He was a member of the faculty at University of Arizona's School of Business.  He’s currently the treasurer of Adobe Bridge Club and gives back to the game he loves by teaching the Wednesday’s 'Brown Bag Lunch and Learn' sessions and some of our 'Play and Learn' games. 


Doug Couchman 

Doug Couchman is a part-time professional bridge player and teacher. He moved to Tucson in 2019 and since then has become one of the best known bridge teachers in the area. He also plays in every NABC (when they’re running) and as many regional tournaments as possible.

While winning events is fun, Doug’s favorite bridge moments are when he helps others.   Doug’s website features various resources at He can be reached at