Bridge: It’s not your grandmother’s card game.

             Well, actually, it may very well be your grandmother’s card game. But, despite social stigmas, bridge is a fun and challenging game for all ages with depth rivaling that of chess, go, and other popular pastimes. In addition, as a partnership game, bridge is also social—a fun activity for friends and a great way to meet new people. Bridge can be learned by middle schoolers, but remains challenging for 40 year veterans of the game.
             The Stanford Bridge Club exists to introduce new players to the game and support the game on campus and in the community. Our weekly games are informal and open to beginners and experts alike. If you’re fond of puzzles, math, or other games, have family or friends who play, or are just looking for an interesting hobby, come check us out!