Bridge games are offered at a variety of places online, including BridgeDoctor.com, Pogo and the AARP website. The games offer online play through Flash, which most computers already have installed, so there is no need to download anything.
The Bridge Doctor website allows users to play against the computer, play live games with other players across the Internet or take bridge lessons with the interactive tutorial. The site offers a free trial, but after the trial period is over, a membership must be purchased in order to participate in the games. The games are available on the computer, as well as on tablets, cell phones or other mobile devices.
The Pogo website provides free games that are played online. The site offers over 80 games, including popular card games like bridge. Players can sign up for free or sign in as a guest to begin playing. The site provides bridge ratings to ensure that players are paired up against other players with equal skill levels. Ratings are increased by winning two games and taking the rubber. The game comes with a complete guide and chatting system so players can enjoy table talk during game play.
The AARP website offers an online version of bridge where players are teamed up with a computerized partner. The game is free to play and does not require any downloads.