How To Play Bridge (Complete Tutorial) -

How To Play Bridge (Complete Tutorial)

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This video tutorial will teach you how to play the card game Bridge. The quick guide and scoring guide can be found at

This video will start by teaching you the general concepts of Bridge and is followed by the more detailed features of the game. The video concludes with an example involving all the lessons learned about Bridge. This tutorial is perfect for beginning players and experienced players that need a refresher.

After watching, you will know the basics of how to play the card game Bridge. All that is left to do is grab some friends and start playing!

This Bridge tutorial will cover the following topics:
– The deal
– The objective
– Card rank
– Bidding
– Game play
– Keeping score
– Rules review
– Strategy
– Example

Please leave a comment below if you need any additional information about the card game Bridge, if you have any questions about the game, or if any aspect of the game was not clear in the video.

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  1. here after waren buffet and bill gates 😎😎

  2. A pretty decent video until around 14:30 where that god awful music made me mute it.
    Please use a little consideration, this isn't a bar game.

  3. What the actual fuck is going on??? It doesn't seem that different in game play from Hearts, or Oh Shit! but the scoring…. WHHHHHAAATTTT????

  4. Me watching the explanation: Will i ever learn this?

    Me watching the example game: holy shit I FUCKIN GOT IT

  5. My grandma plays bridge. She tried to explain the game to me but I lost her after she said “ here’s how it works”. I’d rather play blackjack or poker with my nephew and brother in law. I win EVERY. TIME.

  6. Honestly it seems remarkably simple until it comes to scoring

  7. Similar to Spades but with a couple of extra steps.

  8. This tutorial is too complicated . Not for beginners

  9. Ok I figured out how to play bridge. Now I think I can get to work on splitting an atom.

  10. the game bridge is of italian origin then came to Spain and france

  11. Amazing how the game is complicated, even a video trying to explain it, can't

  12. so basically the scoring IS the game Lol *tears

  13. They didn't count points? don't you have to have 13 points to open

  14. I love Agatha Christie's books, I started reading them last year. Right now, I'm reading Cards on the Table, which is centered around Bridge. I couldn't understand much of their jargon, so I came to this video. The scoring is really hard, but now I basically know what they're talking about. Thanks!

  15. Scoring system is so complicated, that it reminds me of Chandler's Cup game.

  16. Dear lord….. This started out sounding like Rook (a family favorite) and then the scoring section began…. 😵 Yikes!!!!
    My family is looking for something new to play, but with the scoring…..this just isn't it
    Edit: not the fault of the video!!!! It is well organized and everything, but that scoring system is just……way too much to have fun with 😳

  17. Gotta prepare for if I get that joker card 😂😂

  18. I wanna play this cause of meteor garden China… -_-

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  20. Maybe don't talk like a 1990s answering machine?

  21. So….spades was created from somebody seeing a hand of bridge?

  22. And I thought Euchre took a long time to learn

  23. It was beautifuly explained, you have a bew subscriber, eager to see your other videos and checks the other game as well. Keep up the good work

  24. Thank you for the video! I found it reasonably straightforward; except for the scoring, that is. I've wanted to learn how to play this game since the first time I read "Cards on the table" some twenty years ago, but never got around to researching it until now. Unfortunately, I think I'll have to do a more in depth research to really understand the premise of the book, but this was a great foundation!

  25. Sounds like when they played they made up ruels the first time

  26. Is this a joke? It doesn't explain anything. Nobody could learn to play with this

  27. I watched Meteor garden 2 yrs ago and I'm currently watching it again for the 7th time now, I also watched Kakegurui and I finally decided to learn….BUT WHAT THE FREAK IT A TRUMP SUIT. I understood everything else but if someone can please explain to me what it is.

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  29. Bridge is overrated. I suggest a simple new element that will fix must of the shitty part. The opponents can at any time in the bidding call stop. Then the other team must play the last bid that team called – they can't change the bid. Then the game would be much better.

  30. When it started I was like wait is this mahjong

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