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Rev: 28 FEB 2019 


We welcome you to Bridge in Cincinnati.  WELCOME NOTE  What can we do for you right now?  We understand that everybody has a preferred way to learn. We offer you many resources so you can start enjoying the game of Bridge at your pace and in your way. 
3 Ways to get in touch:         
Phone Contact   Internet/e-mail contact   Read about the Cincinnati Bridge Scene
513-580-4229
This is a monitored phone line.  Your call is recorded and forwarded to a member who will call you back and discuss what's available to you so you can get started. 
  Contact UsClick on this icon to send us an e-mail with your name and contact information.  We will respond to you in 24-48 hours.  (Hint: There are 4 Kings and Jacks in the picture!) Newcomers to Bridge who want to explore ways to learn and ways to engage playing the game can start here:
NEWCOMERS
BRIDGE CLASSES 

The Personal Touch

We offer a range of opportunities so you can learn at your pace, meet new friends and fellow bridge players, and find partners, coaches, teachers, and competition as you see fit.  Try our "Come and Play" to simply play rubber bridge with others.  Supervised Play is a good way to practice what you are learning about the game with someone at your level.  See NEWCOMERS for details. 

If you are returning to the game after a hiatus, we have a partnership chair who can help you find a partner.  Contact Joanne Earls  jolman@fuse.net  513-772-4395, 513-478-2033.

About Bridge
Bridge traces its roots to the 18th Century card game Whist.  The game is delightful fin for the beginner and a challenge for the expert - providing a constant cource of fun for a lifetime.  Many studies have shown Bridge improves critical thinking and keeps out mind sharp throughout life.  What is bridge and why do people all over the world play this game?   Lets let the World Bridge Federation share their perspective:  WHAT IS BRIDGE

For Beginners:  New to Bridge? Check out Unit 124 resources:
What is Bridge?             ACBL Membership Benefits         NEWCOMERS             Improve Your Bridge     Bridge Classes             Learning Guide
Saturday Supervised Play Schedule        Learn to Play Software(Free - Windows (PC):   1) Bridge Basics   2) Beyond the Basics

Where can I play?
The Greater Cincinnati Area has three major bridge centers where clubs host open games and where new member services are offered:

The Cincinnati Bridge Center
2860 Cooper Road,
Cincinnati OH 45241, 
near I-75 in Evendale. 
Northern Kentucky Bridge Club
Elsmere Senior Center
179 Dell Street,
Elsmere KY 41018. 
The Anderson Bridge Club
Anderson Township Senior Center
7970 Beechmont Ave,
Cincinnati, OH 45255     

There are several private games and games at area country clubs.  Please consult the Unit 124 - Cincinnati Bridge Association Web Site for more information! All Duplicate Games

Unit 124 - Cincinnati Bridge Association
Board of Directors