'aBridge' lets you to play bridge online with other real people. It supports speech synthesis, so you can listen to the bids and chat conversation rather than simply gaze at the screen waiting for someone to play. aBridge also has some rudimentary bots, for when other players aren't online, but their AI is very basic.
released on 21 March 2003
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