Are You a Bridge Teacher?

If you teach bridge, add yourself to this page: use the Contact Us page to send your name, address, phone, and email address, teaching location, dates, times, prices, and levels of instruction. ACBL accreditation will be indicated but is not required.

Be sure to provide details such as:

  • type of bridge taught: rubber vs. duplicate and individual vs. group instruction
  • personal credentials
  • references

Bridge Teachers

  • Rick Weinstein

    Have you ever wanted to learn to play bridge? Did you play it years ago and want to come back? This series of eight bridge classes will help you do just that! You will learn how to bid, how to play, how to defend, and how to find a local club game or tournament. No prior card playing experience is necessary — just a willingness to think, plan, deduce, and work in harmony with a partner.

    Unitarian Church
    669 Union Street
    Manchester, NH

    Thursdays, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
    September 22, 2016 to November 10, 2016

    The requested donation is $5 per person per class.

    Returning players and newcomers are welcome. The focus will be on advancing players who've played or had some of the prior lessons

  • Sarah Widhu

    I am an ACBL certified teacher. Currently I am teaching bridge at the RISE program at Rivier University. The Rivier Institute for Senior Education, RISE, in partnership with the Road Scholar Institute network, is an organization for learning in retirement.

    BEGINNING BRIDGE (Course 1697)
    Learn the joy of playing an endlessly fascinating card game! Topics covered include bidding, declarer, and defensive play. Optional text book can be purchased at first class from facilitator, entitled “Bridge Basics I: An Introduction” for $12.00.

    Tuesday, Sept. 10, 1013 through Tuesday Oct. 10, 2013 (five weeks)

    The RISE Office is located at Sylvia Trottier Hall,
    Clement Street, Room 237, Nashua
    (603) 897-8623

  • Vincent Messina

    Wolfeboro, NH

    Additional teaching locations:
    Waltham, MA

    ACBL Accredited Teacher
    Club Director

  • Barry Rogoff

    NHBA Board Member and Webmaster

    Anyone can teach you how to play bridge but only a few can teach you how to win. I'm a Ruby Life Master and used to write the bridge column in the Sunday Nashua Telegraph. I started playing in college in 1971 and my first job after graduation was on the ACBL Bulletin staff.

    I've devoted a great deal of my adult life to studying how the best players in the world win. If you're willing to learn the game away from the table, I can help you reach your maximum potential against the strongest players at tournaments.

    I'm available for playing, single-table, or classroom instruction.

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