Up Next: Diminishing Bridge
Diminishing Bridge will always be among my favorite card games. I don't think I can ever forget the many fun games I've played with Bee-Jay, Da Mamma, and Mr. B!
Diminishing bridge is fun because, again, there is plenty of competition.
When you look at your hand at the beginning of a round, it seems as though you know exactly what to bid.
But...as the hand is played, things start to look forbidding sometimes. Sometimes it works out right for you, but sometimes it doesn't.
This is another game where the tension grows with each passing round.
As your hand diminishes, the result is that there are less cards and there are less choices as well as more in the deck that remain hidden and unknown.
This game is a very fun card game and I would suggest it to anyone who enjoys games that are more risky, and more suspenseful as to who the winner will be.
- Always bid one less than what you think you may get. This way, if someone slips a hand away from under your fingers, you will still be good because you counted one less during the bidding.
- One more tip. If you get more than you bid, try taking as many as you can. If you do this, you may get more than even the other players do.