Bridge Bidding Cheat Sheet. Download Your Crib Sheet
A bridge bidding cheat sheet is a very handy thing to have if you are a beginning or improving bridge player. It’s especially handy if you enjoy playing bridge online – either against robots or against real partners. Print out the bridge bidding chart and keep it with you when you are playing, then you can quickly and easily look to see what your next bid should be. In time you’ll find you use it less and less as you gain confidence and memorise the bids and points ranges.
Acol Bridge Cheat Sheet (UK, Ireland, NZ)
At No Fear Bridge UK you will find a very comprehensive Acol bridge bidding cheat sheet which has ALL the information you need contained on just two pages – making it quick and easy to consult and find the right bid for your hand.
Here is just a very small part of that sheet:
As you can see, all the information you need is laid out in and easy to follow form on this bridge bidding chart and you can quickly and easily find out the right bid to make in almost any situation.
What are you waiting for? Join today for your 2 week trial membership and get access to this comprehensive bridge bidding cheat sheet right now. Just CLICK HERE. (You will be asked to fill in a short form and choose a username. No financial details will be taken.)
American Standard Bridge Cheat Sheet
At No Fear Bridge US you will find the American Standard Bridge version of the cheat sheet. If you are an American Standard bridge player – click here to join No Fear Bridge US for the American Standard cheat sheet.
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November 17, 2014 @ 12:05 pm
For beginners these sheets/cards have a definite value – provided that players realise that, as they progress, they should be committing the stuff on them to memory.
However, as they progress e.g. by learning through lessons etc, they will want to update their cheat/crib sheets.
Can you tell me please of somewhere which would (i) design such a sheet to accommodate a person’s content preference, and (ii) keep that content of file so that it can be updated at the person’s request?
January 2, 2015 @ 5:20 pm
Sorry James, I can’t think of anywhere that does that. Perhaps it’s something you could do yourself using a spreadsheet?