Looking to learn or practice Bridge? The AI will show you suggested bids and plays. Play along and learn. Supported bidding systems include SAYC, ACOL, and Precision.

Play rubber bridge, Chicago bridge, duplicate teams, or practice bidding and play.

Just learning bridge? Follow along and learn with bidding and play hints. Tap a bid and the AI will show an explanation. Optionally, the AI will check your bids and plays against its own and show the differences.

For experienced players, our unique double dummy solver allows us to provide six levels of computer AI play.

Bidding system support includes:
• Standard American Yellow Card (SAYC, five card majors)
• 2/1 Game Forcing
• ACOL (four card majors, weak notrump)
• Precision
Bidding system customization is supported. For example, you may choose to use Roman Key Card Blackwood.

Features include:
• Claim the remaining tricks and NeuralPlay's double dummy solver will verify your claim.
• Bidding and play hints. Uncertain of what to bid or play? See what the computer would do!
• Bid and play checker. Compare your bid or play with the computer's as you play!
• Bidding explanations. Tap a bid for an explanation. See explanations for other possible bids in the sequence.
• Replay hand. Start the hand over and try a different bid or line of play.
• Play review. At the end of the hand, use play review to step through the play trick by trick or card by card.
• Double dummy solver. Play review will calculate the double dummy solution. Compare your result to the optimal result.
• Custom hand characteristics. Play deals with your desired distribution and point count.
• View all hands during play or bidding.
• Detailed statistics.
• Undo.

Play modes include:
• Rubber bridge.
• Chicago bridge. Support for both rubber style (honor bonuses given, partscores carry forward) and duplicate style scoring (no honor bonus, partscores do not carry forward).
• Bidding practice. Bidding only. Learn by bidding with your AI partner and comparing your bidding with the AI’s.
• Play practice. Play only. The computer AI will bid the deal automatically, you play the contract.

Supported bidding conventions include: Stayman, Jacoby Transfers, Takeout Doubles, Negative Doubles, New Minor Forcing, Fourth Suit Forcing, Jacoby Two Notrump, Michaels Cuebid, Unusual Two Notrump, Blackwood, Gerber, Strong Two Clubs, Weak Twos, Landy, and Cappelletti (Hamilton)

What’s New

Version 1.90

• UI improvements.
• AI improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
895 Ratings

895 Ratings

Chris McKenzie ,

Very good Bridge app, best I’ve tried in awhile

This is a great way to play bridge online. Good interface, hints if you need them, ads not overly annoying. The only faults I’ve found are that South tends to get rotten hands more often than I might expect, and that you can’t use the Landscape orientation on an iPad. Fix that latter problem and I’ll increase my rating, otherwise it will stay at four stars.

UPDATE: We now have Landscape orientation!! Thank you! And South seems to be doing better as well.

Developer Response ,

Glad to hear you are enjoying NeuralPlay Bridge. Thank you for your review. The deals are not biased and random by default, with time, South is expected to see some good hands too. In settings you can use the "Hand Characteristics" feature to bias the deals. For practice, we often use this feature to play with the best hand. We are working on improvements, landscape orientation is on our list.

fishing dude 4ork ,

Random Deal seems to be broken

The frequency of 9 or 10 high hands being dealt to South is well beyond statistical probability. For example, in the last 5 hands I was dealt, 3 hands were 9 high with even distribution, 1 hand had a single Jack with even distribution, and the 5th hand was about 5 points again with even distribution. Without keeping detailed records, I feel 70-80 percent of South hands are 9 or 10 high. It is disappointing to play a myriad of hands where your only bid is “pass” and no defense can be offered when you can only catch the cards you hold.

Beware that the program uses a strange 4NT bid by North. Following a pass by South, a bid by West. North will overcall 4NT to indicate 2 4-card suits for the lowest suits that have not been bid and North usually has only 3-5 points. The bid is doubled. So with with South having a high hand with no honors, and North having so few points, declarers often capture only one or two tricks. I have not found a way to avoid this disaster.

Additionally, be prepared for North to discard winning Aces and Kings or overtake your winning trick permitting opponents to set up their suit. This occurs despite the lead being from dummy when it is obvious what cards to hold. Often, North will discard Ace or King while continuing to hold 3 small cards in the same suit. North is not unblocking hand for South because never has much of a chance to catch a trick when mostly holding 10-high hands!

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your review. The deals are random by default, south will get good hands too. We often use the Hand Characteristics settings to give south better hands for practice.

The AI by default uses Unusual Notrump bids, the 4NT overcall bid is an Unusual Notrump preemptive overall showing the two lower unbid suits. This bidding convention may be customized in settings.

malgost ,

Ads drive me crazy

I wish there would be an option to eliminate ads for games that make crazy noises and are sometimes hard to close. It’s super annoying ! Can you advice me how to get rid of it?
I also lower the rating due to the insane bidding pattern like opening with 5 points or not opening with 16 points and perfect card.
I also see that game creators love 3 non trump contract regardless of lack of proper conditions for it.
I like going back option and possibility to override system by forcing better contract although , sometimes system forcing me to go higher than I want to . Maybe I expect to much.

App Privacy

The developer, NeuralPlay, LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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