iBridgeBest

Developer: jianan lei

Current Version: 38.0

Last Updated: 1 month ago

Download Size: 27.7 MB - Download

Description:

iBridgeBest
Three versions for iPad/iPhone and iMac.
iBridgeBest collects a lots of the best hands which includes:
1) The Best Played Hand of the Year (1974-2017)
2) The Best Defence of the Year(1985-2017)
3) The Best Play by a Junior(1996-2017)
4) The BOLS Brilliancy Prize(1977-1987)
5) The Best Play of the Year by a Woman(1985-1986)
6) 2011 hand of the week (40 deals)
7) 2012 hand of the week (40 deals)
8) 2013 hand of the week (40 deals)
9) 2014 hand of the week (42 deals)

Features:
1) A lots of the best hands. Loads and displays all deals from text file off line.
2) Four modes: demo, train, manual, AI.
Demo mode: The whole playing process trick-by-trick demo.
Train mode: Comments of each hands.
Manual mode: you can replay the hand by click the card, also in this mode, you can deal a new hand, play the hand, and save.
AI mode: you play the declarer and dummy's hand,computer play defenders. In this mode, you can test your play skill.

functions:

Open:Select a collection
Next Deal:Next deal in the collection
Priv Deal:back a deal in the collect
Auto Demo: Playing the deal automatically
Next Trick:Trick-by-Trick demo
Priv Trick:back a trick, Effect in Demo mode
Restart:Restart the deal.
Mode: Demo Mode , Train Mode, Manual Mode,and AI.
Private: open your own hands you have saved.
save: save your new hands.
Deal: in manual mode, you can deal a hand.

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Release Notes:

Some improvements.

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Most Helpful Reviews

2/5
Version 1.0
Review by TheOuthouseMouse

instructions confusing and description incomplete - This would be a much more attractive app if it would let one play random hands of bridge rather than go through pre-set hands. Moreover, the instructions seem to be written by a non-native speaker of English and then translated into English in that they are confusing and contain grammatical mistakes. Even the App Store description of this game has mechanical and grammatical errors. The description, after being proofread by a native English speaker, should clarify that one cannot simply play random hands of bridge.

Found helpful by 19 out of 21 people