Names in bold
indicate an expert player. My criteria for "expert" is a world championship, a prominent national championship, and/or writing at a national level.
- Ramesh Abhiraman
A blog covering a variety of bidding and play topics, mostly from Bridge Base Online (BBO).
- Phillip Alder
Writer and New York Times bridge columnist.
- Thomas Andrews
Thomas's Bridge Fantasia includes articles, free software and interesting tidbits.
- Andre Asbury
Bridge Maniacs recounts many tournament hands played by the author.
- Franco Baseggio
Not regularly updated, but a blog primarily on bidding and play.
- Marty Bergen
Leading bridge author ("Points Schmoints"), online lessons, booklets, books, cruises and more. Mention "BRIDGEBUM" when placing a book order to get 2 free softcover books when you buy 1 hardcover.
- Larry Cohen
American expert, writer and teacher. Loads of articles. Books and software for sale.
- Kitty Cooper
Kitty's website for helping beginning and intermediate players, as well as fellow bridge teachers.
- Diyan Danailov
Bulgarian expert and professional. The site includes a few quizzes and blog articles.
- Hugh Darwen
Double Dummy Corner is not regularly maintained, but includes many fun double-dummy problems.
- Kent Feiler
Writings and an online deal generator.
- Marvin L. French
An intelligent set of writings on bidding, bridge laws, squeezes and more by the late Marvin French.
- Paul Gipson
Includes a link to his blog, The Beer Card, named for the 7.
- Jeff Goldsmith
Software utilities and many good articles.
- Andrew Gumperz
Well-written articles on a wide variety of topics.
- Sid and Abby Ismail
Bridge by Sid and Abby in South Africa. Includes quizzes and humor.
- Eddie Kantar
Tips, humor and books for sale by the 2-time world champion.
- Ron Klinger
Australian expert and writer. Daily problems, weekly quizzes, and an online bookstore.
- Mike Lawrence
3-time world champion, bridge author, professional and teacher. Many articles. Book and software online store.
- Phillip Martin
The Gargoyle Chronicles is an interesting blog about bridge play. See also Phillip Martin's Bridge Articles.
- Richard Pavlicek
American expert, writer and teacher. Tons of quizzes, articles, and more.
The best site on the Web for pure bridge content. Unfortunately, Richard no longer updates the site but it's still a trove of information.
- Ken Rexford
Cuebidding At Bridge is a blog focusing on intermediate and advanced bidding concepts.
- Rod Roark - Bridge in Oz
Rod was the original programmer for OKbridge, the first graphical user interface for playing bridge on the Internet. This site is his discussion forum for bridge players in Australia.
- Andrew Robson
Andrew Robson's Bridge Club. Articles, online lessons, and more.
- Chris Ryall
Writeups of bidding conventions, some very detailed.
- Harold Schogger
Some free online videos and articles.
- Howard Schutzman
Online bridge teacher on Bridge Base Online.
- Barnet Shenkin
Scottish expert and writer. Includes stories and online video lessons.
- David Stevenson
Conventions and bridge laws.
- John Swanson
A few articles and creative Christmas stories.
- Robert Todd
Some free articles, along with information about paid seminars and cruises.
- Lakshmanan Valliappa
Too Late Now! is a blog that recounts the author's mishaps at the bridge table.
- Jannes van't Oever
Teacher and bridge pro. The blog Vikings in Space is named after Viking Precision.
- Karen Walker
Karen's Bridge Library contains a lot of information about bidding, as well as declarer play and defense. Good stuff.
...And last but not least, a site dedicated to bridge blogs.
- Bridge Blogging is a blog site hosted by Master Point Press. Including (but not limited to):