Bridge is a card game. It's proper name is Contract Bridge.
The four players at a bridge table are generally referred to by compass directions: clockwise around the table, they are North, East, South, and West. They do not need to be sitting in those actual directions; this is just a naming convention. North and South are partners, as are East and West.
A card used in the playing of a game of "bridge".
The rules of the card game of bridge depend on the number of bridge players and the particular game of bridge they are playing, and as always there is the one who makes their own rules as they go, just saying.
Rules for the game Bridge can be found at many web sites. Wikihow, RPBridge, and HowStuffWorks all have the rules to the card game Bridge. Hoyle also publishes books with the rules to card games including Bridge.
Bridge is a card game and is played using 52 playing cards. In bridge, the deuce is the lowest card in the suit and the ace is the highest card in the suit. The aim of the game is to win as many tricks as possible.
No, it is not. Bridge can be a noun (structure, or card game) and a verb (to cross, or connect, as with a bridge).
Whist is a rummy game similar to Bridge.
It's a type of gambling card game.
Card games :)