Members

The Bridge Club at Georgia Tech welcomes all students, faculty and staff who are interested in the game of bridge. Our members range in skills from beginner to intermediate to advanced.

Join the Club

Join the GT Bridge Club to learn to play bridge with no prior knowledge, or to improve your skills. We will teach you the rules of the game, explain the bidding conventions, and help you advance your skills in the play of the cards.

Why Join?

  • Playing bridge improves your logic and memory skills.
  • The GT Bridge Club is a great place to socialize and make new friends.
  • Bridge is also a competitive activity. You can participate in ACBL games and tournaments.

Club Information

  • Club Games
    We hold bridge games every week when school is in session. If you would like to be kept informed about our bridge games and other activities, please subscribe to our email list.
  • Other Activities
    Please check our events calendar for information about activities and events of interest, including up-to-date information about the location of our weekly bridge games.

Weekly Club Games

All players welcome!

Times:
Thursdays, 6-8 PM
Fridays, 3-5 PM
Site:
Usually Student Center(*)

(*) Please check our events calendar for exact locations


Upcoming Events


Contact Information

Playing Bridge


GT Bridge Club Games Bridge Information

For All players

Times:
Thursdays, 6-8 PM
Fridays, 3-5 PM
Site:
Usually in the Student Center
(please check our events calendar for exact locations)

Game Results

GT Bridge Club Highlights


Upcoming Events
2018 ACBL Collegiate Bridgebowl

Three teams from the Georgia Tech Bridge Club will compete in the 2018 ACBL Collegiate Bridgebowl, which will take place August 2–4 during the Summer NABC. It is expected that some of the matches will be broacast live on BBO VuGraph. The session schedule and instructions on how to follow the matches on VuGraph are posted here. Up-to-date results of the Georgia Tech matches will also be posted on our Facebook page.

Double Dummy

Film screening
Thursday, Sept. 6th, 7pm
Student Center Theater

Double Dummy follows the USA Under 21 team as they compete against teams from sixteen other countries on their way to winning a silver medal in the World Youth Bridge Teams Championships, the most prestigious event in junior bridge. Tech students Arjun Dhir and Richard Jeng are among the USA team members featured in the film.

Admission is free for Georgia Tech students, faculty and staff. Interested persons not affiliated with the Institute can request a free ticket here, subject to availability.