This is the Android version of iBridgeBaron, which earned an "A" rating from the American Contract Bridge
Play some serious Bridge with your Android phone or tablet
BridgeBaron is based on the best-selling computer Bridge game Bridge Baron, and is using its bidding and bridge play engine, which has won Five World Computer Bridge Championships.
Save game on exit; load last game or start a new one
Over 2 billion bridge deals
Duplicate and rubber bridge.
Optionally play deals with all cards face up
Bidding hints with explanation
Play hints at any time
Choose static or rotating dealer
Choose who gets the best hand
Choose what kind of deal you want to play: Slam , Game , No Trump or Part Score Deal
Included bidding systems:
- Standard American 5-card Majors
- Standard American Yellow Card
- La Majeure Cinquieme
- Forum D
Each system has Basic, Intermediate and Advanced options, controlling the number of bidding conventions played.
Basic: Weak two bids, Stayman, Jacoby transfers Allow 5-card major 1NT, One minor -> 2NT invitational, Strong jump shift responses, 2D Waiting, Feature asking 2NT, Takeout doubles, Limit major raises, New suit resp. to overcall forcing, Jump raise invitational, Weak jump shifts, Blackwood, Standard king asking
Intermediate: Texas transfers, Systems on after 1NT overcall, Cappelletti, Inverted minor raises, New minor forcing, Truscott 2NT after double, Splinters, Long suit game-tries, Jacoby 2NT, RKC Blackwood, Voluntary 5-major bids, Control showing cue-bids, Unusual NT, Michaels, Negative doubles, Responsive doubles, Lead directing doubles
Advanced: Lebensohl, NT Defense on in balancing seat, Delayed splinter bids, Preemptive raises, Forcing 1NT, Short suit game-tries, Reverse Drury, Lebensohl over opponent's weak two bids, Jump raise preemptive, Unusual over unusual, Weak jump overcalls, Sandwich NT, Limit-plus cue-bids
The computer also plays and hints at three levels : Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced
Bidding interpretation, take back and claiming at any time.
Full review of how you and Bridge Baron played hands in Duplicate mode.