DOS - 1994
Description of Bridge Olympiad
Bridge Olympiad is a solid bridge that features a diverse set of strong opponents and a comprehensive (and long) tournament despite lacking the pizzazz of computer bridge games (e.g.
Electronic Arts' Grand Slam Bridge or Interplay's Omar Sharif on Bridge). What it lacks in beginner's tutorials and intuitive interface it makes up for with the sheer number of opponents and, as in other QQP games, a complete track record of player. The game also has one of the best computer AIs you'll ever come across in a bridge game. Thumbs up!
Review By HOTUD
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Comments and reviews
John 2020-03-01 0 point
Well I'd say Grand Slam Bridge 2 offers better and more realistic game logic. Bridge Olympiad is harder mostly because your opponents make perfect finesse as if one would do under double dummy (say, using a 6 to finesse 7), even in early game. This makes the game less realistic. Not to mention your strongest computer partner tend to pass on your cue bid and 5NT blackwood/grand slam forcing. Anyway, nice graphics and user interface.
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