Customer reviews

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Customers' feedback




What Funbridge players like:


8/10



Expansions of red stars could be clearer

6/10



I am not Bridge Player in the sense of dedication to it as one of my principal hobbies. I found the interface neat and easy to use. I am not sure about consistency of the Robots their biddings and openings at times (but then I am no authority). So to sum up good brain teasing app but I would not rely on it to improve my game.

Favourite game mode: ‘Practice’

Bidding system used: ‘5 major’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘To fill up spare time’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘Its brain teasing’

6/10



Fabulous. Too expensive

Favourite game mode: ‘Practice’

Bidding system used: ‘No specific conventions, explanations given with bids helps get the computer’s intent.’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘Want a simple, functional bridge game to play since I don’t play offline much.’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘Somewhat just through practice, especially playing hands, but it’s easy to bid kind of thoughtlessly since you can always see how your bid is interpreted.’

10/10



Very helpful

Favourite game mode: ‘Learning’

Bidding system used: ‘None’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘To help improve my game’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘Yes, replay mode shows where I am going wrong’

8/10



It works well most of the time.

10/10



I think it’s terrific!

Favourite game mode: ‘I play the Practice deals.’

Bidding system used: ‘Stayman, Jacoby Transfers, Blackwood’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘I love the complete record-keeping, the ability to replay hands, and the ability to view hands that were played better than my own. I also have enjoyed the expert’s challenge of Arline.’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘It has absolutely helped me to improve my overall game. I’ve learned a lot by taking my time and studying already-played hands.’

8/10



Excellent - super convenient to use

Favourite game mode: ‘Competitions’

Bidding system used: ‘Five Card Majors’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘I can fit in competitions around work - convenient’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘Yes - keeps my declarer play "sharp"’

10/10



Best of the Bridge Apps I have tried

Favourite game mode: ‘Tournaments’

Bidding system used: ‘The ones I have learned’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘Practice’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘Yes - because of the hints and conventions I haven’t learned’

10/10



Love this app!

8/10



Enjoy the app! The bots bidding in slams & defensive carding still does not follow common adv/intermediate logic. Hope they continue to work on that. Their definitions are often off by at least a K during bidding which is frustrating. There should be more defensive carding options. The bots always want to give count. It’s still great practice.

Favourite game mode: ‘Challenges & Series Trnys.’

Bidding system used: ‘Check back & somebof the defensive bids over a 1NT opener. They need to add Meckwell DONT as an option. Their version of Jacoby 2NT is far too broad (3 card supp & 11+ hcp’s)?! That’s ridiculous!’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘My best friend & 1st partner bought me a subscription.’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘Yes I can play 1000’s of hands now in a year against various levels of competition. I don’t have time to play at clubs to prepare for regionals and nationals so this genuinely helps! It’s similar to poker in that regard. It absolutely helps with declarer play!’

8/10



Ok. But playing bridge is getting expensive. I am looking elsewhere.

Favourite game mode: ‘Hallenges’

Bidding system used: ‘No comment’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘Convenience’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘Bidding and playing’

10/10



Excellent .Robots play well.

Favourite game mode: ‘Team championship, Tournaments of the day,Series, Face the elites Being a premium member I can play all these.’

Bidding system used: ‘SEF , it is popular and recommended.’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘Easy to play, can pause and play if there are interruptions’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘In 'Face the elites' game mode one can compare the play with better players (like Jerome Rombaut) . Declarer and defense play can be improved.’

10/10



Easy, challenging and quick to engage in.

8/10



Easy to use

Favourite game mode: ‘My wife and I have recently been using the partner mode, which we like.’

Bidding system used: ‘I was taught American standard’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘Easy availability’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘It improves "card sense" I think.’

8/10



One of the better online bridge apps. I sometimes find the bidding confusing, despite the ‘commentary’

Favourite game mode: ‘Series tournaments and challenge a player’

Bidding system used: ‘Standard Acol with one or two refinements’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘The ability to play when (and where to some extent) I want.’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘Familiarity helps, albeit it is easy to be distracted (TV, home activities etc etc!)’

10/10



Good

Favourite game mode: ‘Tournaments’

Bidding system used: ‘Stamen’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘Good practice’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘Yes it helps’

8/10



It’s good practice for a beginner

Favourite game mode: ‘Practice’

Bidding system used: ‘Preempt. it’s the only one i use’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘Visually the easiest to follow’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘Yes. bidding’

6/10



Useful

Favourite game mode: ‘Tournament’

Bidding system used: ‘Acol’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘To improve my play’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘Yes I better understand the bidding systems’

8/10



I love it.

Favourite game mode: ‘I don't know what you mean by modes.’

Bidding system used: ‘Transfer’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘It's the best one, also every once in a while I get 10 free games.’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘Yes, just playing more good bridge improves my game with my friends.’

6/10



Usually very good

Favourite game mode: ‘Competitive’

Bidding system used: ‘Acol because that is what I use when playing in the real world including staymen and blackwood, and transfers.’

I chose Funbridge because: ‘I very much enjoy it and it is good practice’

I make progress with Funbridge: ‘Yes, particularly playing hands. But some of Funbridge bidding is too advanced for me, i don’t understand it and don’t use it myself in the real world.’