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Thanks I'll add that in!
June 14
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Do you have Paypal? It's a whole lot easier for me to donate with paypal than using my credit card. Thanks!

(Oops sorry, just noticed someone else asked the same question. Not sure how to delete this)
June 12
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I see - you're right. Thanks for this. I've added Bridgescore+ to the page Scoring Software and started a section In The Cloud. I'll approach the other pages in this way as well.
June 12
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Thanks Nicolas - I'm not sure if this is different from web-based?
June 11
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Thanks Adam - it's on the page
June 11
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Yes we've been featuring this on our New Links page, and it's at the top of our Play & Learn Apps section. It's also on our Learn to Play page :)
June 9
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Yes - I was visiting the site the other day. It is included on our pages - on the Play Online page under Online Play & Learn, as well as at the top of our Learn to Play page :)
June 9
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And btw this is a ‘sponsored post’ with links to 888 Poker - this kind of posting should pay Bridge Winners for the privilege of living here and riding the bridgewinners.com google train
June 6
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Good point. But then, money, chips, points - they are all a kind of currency that ‘rates’ the skill of a player. A big part of poker is the betting, true - but a big part of rubber bridge is playing the money, and the opponents, as well. And poker could be played without money - maybe convert money to score points - so, doubling down on a hand at blackjack could win or lose score points etc
June 6
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I get a lot of ‘sponsor posts’ submitted to Great Bridge Links that want to compare poker to bridge - and mostly I turn them down. Other than the fact they are both competitive games, and both involve holding cards, there's not much comparison and the exercise seems pointless. It is curious, however, that now we can play against robots which prevents cheating, why there isn't more online money bridge out there.
June 6
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I always felt one of the biggest advantages to playing bridge as a youth is travel. So many NCBOs are able to supply chaperones and coaches and money required to send teams of young people to various championships around the world. And they get to do this safely.

You might find some useful information on this site
http://youth.worldbridge.org/
June 1
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Awesome Patty - I'll put it up on Great Bridge Links. Great idea!
May 2
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We've been collecing Learn to Play and Teacher links for a while on Great Bridge Links - http://greatbridgelinks.com/gblclass/
April 13
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