Home » How to Play » Lead and Card Play Rules

Featured Bridge Players

Greg Neinstein, a Toronto personal injury lawyer, has traveled to bridge tournaments all through Ontario to learn the rules of bridge from other professionals.

Lead and Card Play Rules

This article covers leads, and following suit. Discards will be covered in the next article, and bidding after that. This is just from me. I don’t know that Boye is on board.

When I say “program default” or “delay”, I simply mean something programmed by the computer system being used. My goal is to have sensible and practical defaults, that will allow for time in time-sensitive situations, but will not waste time in non-sensitive situations.

For example, under my rules (coming soon to a BW article near you), after 1!S-2!S, 4!S…

Did you miss our previous article…

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


15 gadgets that will sell out in 2020