Wiki Bridge © 2017
Play a round of Bridge against your computer on any device. No sign-up required, nothing to join, just a quick practice environment when friends aren't available.
This game assumes you already know how to play Bridge. If not click here for a quick introduction.
What's New in #18
Tweaked the layout logic to get more tabletop area especially on smaller devices.
What's New in #17
Minor fix to keep the hands centered during play and at the start of a new game.
Minor cosmetic changes to the web page.
Minor layout changes to keep the game elements together on wide screens.
If you don't like the hand you were dealt select your browser's "Refresh" button to deal a new one.
Your hand (SOUTH) is at the bottom of the screen, your partner (NORTH), controlled by the computer, is at the top. By default N/S will be dealt the higher point hands allowing you to play for declarer more often.
The declarer's contract is displayed at the top left as the team (N/S or E/W), the level (1-7), the trump suit (C, D, H, S or N) and the current up (+N) or down (-N) trick count.
Tricks won by the declaring team are collected at the bottom left. Tricks won by the defending team are collected at the bottom right. The cards in the last trick, for each team, can be viewed at any time by tapping on the pile.
Hand points are calculated as follows.
A player should have more than 12 points to open the bidding and at least 6 points to respond to an opening bid.
Wiki Bridge uses a modified Goren bidding system that is similar to the modern Standard American system as outlined in this table.
|(☆ = No Trump)|
|1 in suit (1♥)||13-23||4+ trumps|
|2 in suit (2♠)||24+||4+ trumps|
|Response to Opening 1 in Suit|
|raise to 2 in suit (1♥ 2♥)||6-9||4+ trumps|
|raise to 3 in suit (1♥ 3♥)||13-16||4+ trumps|
|1 in higher suit (1♥ 1♠)||6+||4+ trumps|
|2 in higher suit (1♥ 2♠)||10+||4+ trumps|
|Response to Opening 2 in Suit|
|anything else||7+||Ace, King and 4+ trumps|
|Stayman (1☆ 2♣)||7+|
|Other Special Bids|
|2 in suit to 1☆ (1☆ 2♥)||0-6||6+ trumps|
|second 2☆ (1♥ 2♣ 2☆)||13-15||even distribution|
|second 3☆ (1♥ 2♣ 3☆)||19-21||even distribution|
|shutout (open 3)||0-12||7+ trumps, weak hand|
|opponent overcall||8+||5+ trumps|
When it's your turn to play, drag a card from your hand (or North's hand if dummy) and drop it onto the transparent target area displayed near the center of the table ("S" for South or "N" for North). If you drop it outside the target it will slide back to your hand. This is the computer equivalent of "a card laid is a card played" giving you a chance to reconsider your play before committing.
Here are the bids for the game in progress.
Here is the scoresheet for your current game. The scores are saved automatically on this device so that you may continue a game at a later time.
|WE (N/S)||THEY (E/W)|
(C=club, D=diamond, H=heart, S=spade, NT=no trump, d=doubled, dd=re-doubled, v=vulnerable, rbr=rubber)
(tap the link below to clear the scoresheet and start a new game)
For the best experience use the Chrome browser from Google.
Ideal for play on handheld tablets.
Just visit www.wesleysteiner.net from your browser and your ready to play.
You can even play Wiki Bridge on your smartphone. It's a little tight depending on the size of your screen but it is playable and it won't use any of your precious cellular data while playing the game, just once to load.
Visit www.wesleysteiner.net from your browser and your ready to play.