How Funbridge works
Bridge is played by 4 players, 2 players versus 2 other players.
The game is played using a deck of 52 cards divided into 4 suits (Clubs, Diamonds, Spades and Hearts).
The order of the cards from lowest to highest is: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Jack, Queen, King and Ace.
At bridge, a first phase called the bidding phase allows you to determine a contract to make. The contract includes a trump or No Trump
and a number of tricks to be taken between 7 and 13. The partner of the player who has requested the contract lays out his cards on the table after the opening lead.
He will be the dummy and his cards will be played by his partner.
At bridge, the single rule regarding card play is that players play in turn in a clockwise rotation.
The first player to play for a trick chooses the requested suit and other players are obliged to play
a card of the same suit if they have one. The player who has played the highest trump or card of the requested suit
wins the trick and plays again for the next trick.
To determine who the winner is, at the end, we check if the contract has been made or not.
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