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Peninsula Youth Bridge(PYB), part of CBE, teaches primarily high school students. PYB is a charitable non-profit. They have been quite successful. See what they are up to at this site.
Silicon Valley Youth Bridge (SiVY Bridge), a part of CBE, is a non-profit, volunteer organization to promote academic excellence in the areas of math, critical thinking and logic, to foster positive social interactions and teamwork, and to provide an opportunity for a lifetime of learning, enjoyment and community by inspiring the next generation of bridge players. SiVYBridge offers after school programs and other activities to 4th through 8th grade children.
This well- maintained site has lots of information about youth and junior bridge. It also has many advanced discussions of bidding. This is an excellent site to manage your convention cards.
Fun quizzes for new, intermediate, and advanced players.
Favorite site for on-line play…and it is free. Everyone should sign up.
A European bridge site to play online
A busy web site with lots of links and advice.
The American Contract Bridge League official web site contains information about tournaments, clubs, teaching materials, and lots more. Members of the ACBL can use this site to view and read old copies of the Bulletin, a monthly magazine all about bridge.
An organization that sponsors bridge tournaments, including youth tournaments, all over the world.
Karen Walker has plenty of bridge instruction and advice.
For a comprehensive list of conventions and terms, it’s hard to beat this site.
A generous Australian has provided a multipage web site for teaching bridge from start to …wherever.
A good description of the game of bridge, including duplicate play.
The following sites were brought to our attention by Brian Boyd: