Customer reviews

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Customers' feedback




What Funbridge players like:


10/10



Very good.

8/10



Good

Favourite game mode: ‘Too early to say’

Bidding system used: ‘Don’t understand’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘Enjoy Bridge’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘Not yet’

8/10



I think it's awesome... a great teaching tool. I've just closed one account and kept another open! The only real criticism I have of your app is it's very expensive!

Favourite game mode: ‘Your tournaments’

Bidding system used: ‘Almost all of them... don't understand the convention that tells your partner that you have two extremely long suits...’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘I play duplicate once a week and don't really have time for more - but this provides the challenge and growth I'm looking for.’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘It certainly has improved my game - I count trump much more effectively with less effort, play no trump hands more effectively, and overall a little more confidence.’

6/10



I have enjoyed this app for several years, but am not happy about recent pricing increases.I prefer to buy a set number of deals ie 100+ rather than what is on offer.Also played games backlist is much shorter than in the past and keeps removing games after a time.Also not happy about the automatic renewal system you now have.

8/10



I have problems pressing the keys to bid and play hands as they are close together and so when I press incorrectly it gives me no chance to change it.

8/10



I enjoy it but sometimes argine makes strange bids

Favourite game mode: ‘Challenges and tournaments’

Bidding system used: ‘Standard American simple’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘To try and improve’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘Not really’

8/10



Good

Favourite game mode: ‘Weekly tournaments’

Bidding system used: ‘Non in particular’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘Best graphical interface’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘Game analysis’

10/10



Excellent

Favourite game mode: ‘Tournament’

Bidding system used: ‘Acol’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘To improve my game’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘Yes..gives me a better understanding.’

10/10



JUST FOR FUN ! NO MAS !

10/10



Love it. It's great practice for my bridge game.

8/10



Very enjoyable I play with family

Favourite game mode: ‘Challenging mode with son and brother in law’

Bidding system used: ‘I keep it with only ones I know’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘They encourage me to join to play with them’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘Yes I like the explanation of different bids’

8/10



Very enjoyable way of playing bridge

Favourite game mode: ‘Series tournaments’

Bidding system used: ‘No preferences’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘It's good practice’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘I hope it makes me think more about card play and planning’

10/10



Very good

Favourite game mode: ‘Tournament of the day’

Bidding system used: ‘2NT over 1M’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘For practice’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘Yes helps me practice declarer playdefence is very difficult because I have no idea what the meaning of cards the computer plays and there is insufficient explanation/choice of carding methods’

10/10



Excellent

Favourite game mode: ‘Practice’

Bidding system used: ‘?blackeood’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘Improves my game skills and lets me see immediately my weaknesses’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘Yes. Speed’

8/10



I'm not certain that I understand how I am graded and what it means but it sure is fun and, actually, addicting!

8/10



Like it very much. Especially the new teaching option. I think it will improve my game.i

8/10



I really love it

Favourite game mode: ‘The practice mode is most helpful, as it helps me remember asi I don’t play in a group all summer.’

Bidding system used: ‘I really like them all’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘It is convenient ! I enjoy just sitting down and relaxing playing a game or two.’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘Yes I always check what others have scored and them replay to see were I’ve goofed up’

10/10



Easy to use and good value

Favourite game mode: ‘Challenges’

Bidding system used: ‘Not sure’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘I love playing bridge and it is great to grab a few hands now and then. But I have had to give up my unlimited subscription as I have been spending too much time playing’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘My level of playing the hands has improved. Not sure if it has improved my bidding but the explanations of the bids are useful’

2/10



Its easy to buy your [roducts

Favourite game mode: ‘????’

Bidding system used: ‘????’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘I have been on bridgebase and I wanted to try something different, but now I'm going back to bridge base’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘I like the demo I once received, I purchased the $3.99 package twice and I con't get back to the program to use the deals’

6/10



It's a fun program but the computer program has too many bidding errors in it. Every time I run into one I send it in but nothing seems to get corrected so that the only way to play to win is to adjust to the errors if you have a good memory of them. In the series games, I think people are adjusting- especially in series 6.

Favourite game mode: ‘Fedeeration games- funbridge. I do not like series 6. The whole game appears to change in that level. At my age I know I am no longer a good player but I know I am better than series 6 rates me. I attribute it to guessing against the computer.’

Bidding system used: ‘I do not play many. Theone I hate is the 3NT bid that shows 4-card support of a major. I forget it and it catches me every time so that I have to guess the final contract after I misbid. The other one I hate is the computer misuse of the cue bid. It seems as though it is programmed to look for a chance to use a cue bid and I never know what to do in response and it becomes just a matter of luck.’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘I no longer play in tournaments; I had to give that up for work. I explored several other computer bridge games and I find this the best in spite of my average review. I tried programming a bridge game several years ago and found it almost impossible. You needl Artificial Intelligence to assess extremely unbalanced hands. Most of us do it on the fell of the hand and you cannot program that.’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘No, if anything, I acquire some very bad habits from having to deal with the misbidding of the computer. The same goes for defensive leads by the computer. There is no creativity on the part of the computer. Every now and then, I give up on FunBridge but I always come back.’