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The first deal every day is on the house so that everyone can play bridge for free. To play unlimited bridge hands each day, players can upgrade to Royal Membership.
Everyone plays the same bridge hands against the computer. At the end of each hand, you can compare contracts and scores with everyone else, leave a comment, or even ask our teachers a question. To keep improving, players of all levels can explore our many bridge lessons to learn bridge and practice lesson hands.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why not play a free bridge hand? Joining Sky Bridge Club is quick, easy, and free.
The first deal of the day is always free. To play, you just need to register with your email and a password.
To play unlimited bridge hands, please upgrade to Royal Membership. Simply go to the Membership page. Royal Membership is US $10 / month and you can unsubscribe at any time. Our system is secure and we never share your information with anyone.
If you don't remember you current password, Click Here.
If you are logged in, you can change your email or password in .
Following another player allows you to compare your scores with theirs at the end of any hand and in the Results.
To follow someone, simply click on a username, you'll be taken to their profile page.
From any profile page, you can follow that user by clicking the "Follow" button next to their profile picture and username.
In the game screen, select Menu --> Settings.
If you play in the US and parts of Australia, you can use the default settings for 5 cards and 15-17 1NT.
If you play in the UK and NZ, you should select 4 cards and 12-14 1NT. If you’d like any assistance figuring out your bidding preferences, don’t hesitate to ask.
Sky Bridge Club caters for both systems.
Acol is played mainly in the UK and NZ. It is a system based around 4-card major openings and a weak 12-14 1NT opening.
Standard incorporates 5-card major openings and a strong 15-17 1NT opening. Standard is played widely in the US and also in many other parts of the world.
Acol is a bridge system played mainly in the UK and NZ. It is a system based around 4- card major openings and a weak 12-14 1NT opening.
When you have finished playing a hand, write the question in the box below. Other players will help you by discussing your question.
To ask one of our teachers about a specific hand, just tag Graeme or Tina in a comment by adding an "@" sign right before their name like this: "@tina" or "@graeme".
Why do we have to choose! Sheesh. We like both!
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