Welcome to the web site of The Bridge World magazine. Founded in 1929 by Ely Culbertson, The Bridge World is the world's oldest continuously-published bridge magazine. For over seventy years, the world's brightest bridge minds have gathered each month to share their winning secrets in its pages. Every monthly issue of The Bridge World is packed with reports, articles, stories, tips, examples, quizzes, and more to help advancing bridge players improve their understanding and appreciation of the game. Virtually every important bridge analyst in the history of the game has contributed to The Bridge World: Vanderbilt, Culbertson, Goren, Sheinwold, Lenz, Moyse, Jacoby, Kaplan, Morehead, Fry, Granovetter, Reese, Becker, Blackwood, Frey, Roth, Stone, Kelsey, Lawrence, Klinger, Bird, Rigal, Stewart, Truscott, Hirsch, Zia (and many others). The current staff includes today's top players and writers, with experts in the different realms of bridge: Phillip Alder, Mike Becker, David Berkowitz, Augie Boehm, Bart Bramley, Larry Cohen, Mark Feldman, Eddie Kantar, Danny Kleinman, Eric Kokish, Beverly Kraft, Jeff Rubens, Robert Wolff, and Kit Woolsey.
The Bridge World is geared towards serious bridge players, who wish to improve their game. It is an invaluable learning resource for players on the intermediate level and up. Many subscribers begin reading the magazine at an intermediate level, and as they learn from reading the magazine, they progress and understand more and more of each issue, and then return to the old issues to reread them. For over seventy years, The Bridge World has maintained its reputation as the most respected bridge magazine by the world's experts players.
Each issue now also features Bridgeworks, a section designed to help players understand and win more by stressing common sense and useful thought patterns, as opposed to memorization and complex rules. It is designed to help improve your game by improving your "bridge thinking" not rote learning. Every month, The Bridge World strives to teach you, to entertain you, to challenge you, and to prepare you. To "smarten", your game. You can enjoy bridge for the rest of your life. Why not appreciate and understand it better? Why not gain the respect of partners? Why not win more? We invite you to take a look at reader testimonials, and enjoy our article sampler. And of course, if you enjoy what you read, we welcome you to join us as a subscriber.