Please carefully read this page and try the instructions before writing for help. Please. I beg. Double beg.
If instructions, patience, reading, installing, etc. are not your thing, maybe this Feature is not for you -- there are hundreds of other things on this site.
This series began in 2010.
It requires Windows and Internet Explorer.
Each week a new Larry Cohen deal is posted. You can play it on your computer with over-your-shoulder comments and interactive bidding/play/defense. Please don't get depressed by the instructions (which could deter anyone over 50. Maybe 40?). Once you are set up, you will enjoy these deals every week!
To use this Feature you must have Bridge Base viewer installed on your computer (this is very safe and free). It is the software used to play Bridge Base Online. If you already have installed Bridge Base Online, you can skip to step 2:
Step 1 : Install Bridge Base online. Click here and follow the install instructions, then come back to this page.
Step 2: Click on the Deal each week. If you can open/view/play it -- terrific. Just use the FORWARD ARROW displayed at the bottom. Click on it to advance your way through the deal.
Step 3: If clicking on the Deal doesn't work (might not work in all browsers), you can SAVE the file. Note where you save it, then find it and click on it to play. Again, use the FORWARD ARROW displayed on the bottom (just left of the cogwheel). Click on it to advance your way through the deal.
If you are still stuck, Please click here.
***Note: Firefox and other browsers might not work. If possible, try Internet Explorer. (Or try to save the file, then open it)***
**Note to MAC users: Regrettably, this software will not work unless you have PC emulation software (the newer MAC machines have this). Our apologies.* The ACBL site (which uses the same programming) says: We appreciate your interest in the game of bridge. Please note: The software only works on a Windows based PC. However, there is software available that will allow you to run DOS/Windows-based programs on a Mac at http://www.iemulator.com.