The following bridge websites may be of interest to readers of Master Point Press books. All links will open in a new tab or window.
Comprehensive list of teachers and ABTA award winning books.
Information about tournaments, membership, and news about the league
Information about events, states and clubs and a monthly newsletter.
Online teaching sessions and an ever growing respository of lesson material and bridge movies contributed by the Teachers and BIL Players.
Bridge software developer Martin Johnson.
Author of The Lone Woff and the syndicated Aces on Bridge column.
Turkish/English site based in Ankara, with links to online bridge lessons, software and more.
Not-for-profit organization aimed at teaching children bridge for intellectual stimulation, playing with a partner, playing against opponents with best etiquette and means to accomplish these goals.
Oldest program for PC and the #1 seller among bridge programs. Version 17 is now available for Mac and PC. Conventions added on a regular basis, as well as other special features including hands from national and regional tournaments. 1997 World Computer Bridge champion. Now in four languages, with demo available on site.
Fred Gitelman's free online bridge playing site, which features live broadcasts of major championships around the world.
Bridge forum; includes blogs by Mark Horton, Roy Hughes, Ray Lee, Linda Lee, Bobby Wolff and Barbara Seagram
An online reference for bridge players.
Online bridge club with online bridge tournament. Managed by the English Bridge Union.
Discussion board for tactics, partners, and more.
Online bridge school for all levels of bridge player
Contains over 40 bidding systems including Carrot Club and Romex, and numerous conventions including Sharples and Murray Two Diamonds, as well as definitions of many bridge terms.
Encyclopedia, newsletter and podcast lessons.
Mike Devlin's blog on ACBL's Youth Bridge site.
A great British bridge magazine edited by author Mark Horton.
Glen Ashton's blog for Bridge Matters.
Web site of Shelagh Paulsson, a player and teacher from Gatineau, Quebec, who specializes in online lessons.
Free online source of information about everything related to bridge.
A mix of location-specific organizations, American bridge clubs, and miscellaneous links.
Online bridge magazine and bridge school by Master Point Press authors Pamela and Matt Granovetter
Homepage of Robert Baker, a professional bridge player and teacher in western England.
Online bridge magazine from the Netherlands
Albrecht Hollstein, a bridge teacher in Germany.
New York-based professional bridge players and teachers.
One of the world's best bridge magazine aimed at experts
Membership news, calendar of events, and contact information.
While they describe 25 conventions "used in 2/1 system," many are used in other systems, including Negative Doubles and Weak Twos. Sections on competitive bidding and defensive play are also available. Teaches duplicate and tournament basics on defense and competitive bidding. Tactics section includes many topics useful for all players.
Author and the most frequent contributor to The Bridge World.
Software allows you to deal hands for duplicate games, partnership bidding, teaching hands along with many other features.
Your global online bridge club. Play online once registered.
One of the most comprehensive collections of bridge-related links and an official source for WBF and EBU information.
Information about competitions, education and memberships.
World renowned bridge writer, player and teacher, Eddie Kantar, shares his bridge humor and thoughts on the game.
Listing of tournaments, events, member countries, laws and other bridge-related areas, including publications, photos, and administration.
A not-for-profit foundation which fosters online bridge education.
An online bridge club that allows you to play bridge deals on smartphones, tablets (iPhone, iPad, Android) and computers (Mac and Windows PC).
ABTA Bridge Book of the Year award winner and owner, director, supervisor, teacher and handyman.
One of the most comprehensive collections of bridge-related links
Renowned bridge author, teacher and player.
Articles, links and bidding systems.
Listing of good bridge books for beginners through to expert.
Professional player Kitty Cooper's site focuses on youth bridge.
Excellent articles, demos of Larry's CD My Favorite 52 and much more.
Pay and free site. Optima plan allows you to participate in weekly tournaments, receive monthly newsletter and participate in discussion groups. Spanish language.
Mac software, lessons and books.
Innovative bridge products, including flash cards and magnets.
American junior bridge player Matt Meckstroth.
A major provider of live bridge on the Internet.
An open source online directory project; its collection of bridge links.
For advanced players; lessons in upgrading your game from Standard American to 2 over 1.
This German program is now available in five languages. Was a semi-finalist at the 2002 World Computer Bridge tourney. Version 8.1 is now available, with demo of Version 8.5 on site. A version of the program, T-Plus Bridge, is available for palmtop computers using Windows CE at www.gradsoft.com.
Bridge basics, puzzles and bidding practice.
Paysite of world class professional Ron Klinger. Includes free 30 day trial.
Brisbane, Australia-based bridge cruise/school.
The only site offering B-A-M (Board a Match) tournaments; limited ACBL masterpoint tournaments; supervised play available with voice chat at some sessions. Trial membership available.
One of Toronto's largest bridge schools, owned by author Barbara Seagram.
Trials and tribulations of a bridge player.
Reprints bridge column on Mondays, Thursdays and Sundays. Internet-only column on Tuesdays and Fridays, also Wednesdays during newsworthy events.
Organizing body for contract bridge worldwide. Information available on administration, geographical zones, bidding systems, appeals, competitions and juniors.
Reflections from a thirtysomething intermediate player.