Our Bridge Teachers
Jack Stocken has established himself as one of the UK’s foremost bridge teachers; renowned for his patience, clarification of teaching and most important of all, making bridge a fun game to learn. Jack started teaching bridge in 1999 at The Andrew Robson Bridge Club where he worked as the club’s manager for seven years. He returned to his native Yorkshire in 2006 where he started Yorkshire Bridge.
Intermediate Bridge Lessons – Mondays at 9:30am, UK Time
Beginner Bridge Lessons & Next Steps – Wednesdays at 2pm, UK Time
Adam Parrish is among the top bridge teachers and authors in the United States. He has written three acclaimed books and writes a monthly column in the ACBL Bridge Bulletin. He teaches students all around the world, both online and in person. He is also one of the partners of Bridge Winners, the web’s premier bridge discussion site. Adam lives in New York City and heads up the online teaching program at Honors Bridge Club, the country’s largest club.
Intermediate Bridge Lessons – Mondays at 10am, New York time
Declarer Play Supervised Sessions – Thursdays at 3pm, New York time
Graeme Tuffnell might be the black sheep of the bunch. He doesn’t like titles – or flaunting his achievements – but if you give up all your worldly possessions and go hike up a mountain seeking the meaning of
life bridge, when you finally approach the little hut at the very top, you might just find it is Graeme who opens the door for you and offers a cup of tea. (He is also the creator and host of the popular online bridge club, Sky Bridge Club.)
Improver & Intermediate Bridge Lessons – Thursdays at 8:30pm, New Zealand time
Tina McVeigh is one of New Zealand’s most acclaimed bridge teachers, who has represented NZ as a member of the national women’s team. She travels frequently, teaching bridge to both new and experienced players within NZ and overseas. Her Christchurch bridge club, House of Cards, established in 1999, is renowned for its high-quality teaching. Tina’s unique teaching style is fun and highly interactive.
Common Mistakes in Bridge – Lessons available on demand
India was first taught how to play bridge by her grandfather at the age of 11 but only began playing regularly at 18, when she joined her university bridge club. This led to her joining the England Junior Squad in 2015 and making her international debut in the Junior European Pairs Championships in 2016. She played for the England Juniors several more times before aging out in 2019. With Shahzaad Natt, India now runs the popular Tricks of the Trade.
Supervised Play Sessions – Coming soon!