Welcome to the 20th Anniversary Edition of Omar Sharif Bridge as we continue to bring you the best in classic board, card and puzzle games. Enjoy. With 3 modes of play, practically unlimited deals and the ability to search for hands matching one of many different criteria this Bridge card game is sure to teach, challenge and entertain you for hours. Omar Sharif Bridge supports the following 3 modes of play: In Rubber Bridge a rubber is played as the best of three games. A game is won by the first partnership to score 100 or more points in successful contracts. In Chicago Bridge, also known as Four-Hand Bridge, you play exactly four hands of Bridge. The winner is the partnership that scores the most points. In Tournament Bridge you play at your own pace against players from around the world in duplicate style Bridge tournaments. Each player in a tournament plays the same hands with the winner scoring the most points. Alternatively you can easily create your own online Bridge club, invite your family, friends or even some enemies then play in duplicate style Bridge tournaments against your own select set of players. What is Bridge? Bridge is a trick taking card game played by four players who form two partnerships. Players within a partnership face each other across a table. Traditionally, the players are referred to by the points of the compass - North, East, South and West. The two partnerships are North/South and East/West. Designed for both beginners and more advanced players you can choose how you prefer to play. There are plenty of features if you are trying to learn Bridge including auto play and hints. Meanwhile the more advanced players can use the bid analysis or replay hand features to explore different lines of card play. Please NOTE: Bridge tournaments cost money to host and run. You can purchase Ticketz to enter tournaments using the In App Purchases available. DEVELOPED BY BRIDGE PLAYERS The team in behind Bridge have been producing Bridge games for nearly 40 years. One of our first products was Bridge Challenger released in the early 80s! Do we get every bid correct or play every hand perfectly? absolutely not!. Often there is no one single correct answer making Bridge the game we love. Meanwhile we continue to develop and improve the game. COMMENTS + SUGGESTIONS. Please feel free to contact us via our support email if you have comments and suggestions. Please, please include any Deal Id if you are commenting on specific deals as that is the only way we can reasonably play the hand in question here.
What’s new in this version
Jan 2023: Significant number of minor improvements to bidding and card play. Whilst individually each refinement is small the net effect is a stronger + more competitive Bridge engine across a wider range of card distributions. A number of bug fixes along the way, e.g. not always accounting for part scores in certain hands. Mar 2022: A number of small improvements to both bidding and card play making the overall Bridge game better + stronger. Thanks for the continued feedback, comments, tips and suggetions, please keep them coming. Meanwhile we hope you continue to enjoy Bridge. Jan 2021: This substantial update includes: * New tournament mode. Play Bridge in duplicate style tournaments against players from all around the world. Play against others regardless of their device type. * Updated set of bidding conventions supported. * Many minor improvements to a range of bidding and card play scenarios. * Improved bid analysis to support the extended range of bidding conventions.
- Supports 5 card majors, strong 2 clubs, weak 1NT, Jacoby Transfers, weak-2bids and 2NT 11-12 points conventions.
- Extensive display and card play options.
- Comprehensive bid analyser showing you the interpretation of your bids.
- Ability to locate deals matching many bidding criteria.
- Support for Rubber, Chicago (Four-deal) and tournament Bridge.
- High quality artificial intelligence Bridge engine.