With this bridge site I want to make my digital bridge
material available for free to anyone who is interested
in bridge. After following a bridge course, I wanted to
deepen myself further in bridge, but I found that there
was only a little practice material available. This is
why I created this website.
The bridge site in a nutshell.
Here you will find the well-known system cards for
4-card Major and 5-card Major, which are used at bridge
In addition, there are also more detailed system cards
for both 4-card Major and 5-card Major bidding systems.
These system cards give ample attention to the following
bids (such as response, overcall, rebid and so on).
There are also schedules of bids according to Jacoby and
Stayman after opening in 1NT and 2NT.
This chapter is very extensive and is intended as an
addition to bridge courses and bridge books.
Here the bids of many games can be practiced at all
The games range from simple (for example bidding without
overcall) to the more difficult bids.
The bids have been made according to the system cards
and schemes mentioned above.
Also, the bids according to 4-card Major and 5-card
Major bidding system are to see next to each other and
65 complete rounds of 24 games are in this chapter. All
these games have been played by players from all levels.
The results (frequency charts) from the top level
players are shown for each game.
You can choose out of games with or without
An attempt was made to make the most probable bids for
the games based on the Acol 4 card Major and 5 card
Major bidding systems.
For home bridge these games can be a nice source. Put
the games, play and compare their own results with
those of the frequency states.
An overall view (site-map) of this bridge site is shown
It has already been mentioned above that an attempt was
made to make the most probable bids for the games based
on the Acol 4 card Major and 5 card Major bidding
Often there are multiple bids in a game possible.
If you see an incorrect bid or you have a suggestion
with regard to this bridge site, your reaction to firstname.lastname@example.org
is highly appreciated.
All overviews are in PDF format. With regard to printing
an overview on paper, the following must be mentioned.
It is possible that your
browser does not place an overview in the correct
orientation or format.
A possible solution is to download the overview to
your computer and then load and print it with a
pdf-reader (for example Acrobat Reader). .
I wish you a lot of pleasure with this bridge site.
Wil (William) van Buuren