Beginners Bridge Lessons with Jack Stocken
Online Bridge Lessons with Jack Stocken

Introduction to Bridge with Jack Stocken

New beginner bridge lesson every Wednesday at 2pm, UK time

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Can’t join us live? Don’t worry – a recording will be sent to all registered students.

Jack’s beginner bridge lessons have begun!

Already in the class? Access the library of replays here.

The first two lesson are free, with no payment information required.

Learn how to play bridge with one of the UK and Ireland’s most respected and popular bridge teachers.

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Please note that this class is for beginners in the UK, Ireland, and New Zealand using the Acol bidding system. Jack will teach you everything you need to know to start playing bridge.

After the first two lessons, you may continue with Jack’s weekly beginners’ course for £8 / lesson. This price includes access to the replays, the worksheets, and links to the lesson hands.

Already know how to play bridge? You might be better suited for Jack’s weekly class on Mondays. Learn more here.

“I heartily recommend Jack Stocken… Clear and correct and very watchable (learnt a few things myself!)”

Zia Mahmood – World Champion & Bridge Legend

Message from the teacher:

Bridge is one of the world’s greatest games played by millions of people. It combines logic and numeracy skills with great sociability and enjoyment. No knowledge of card games is necessary to join this course and it really is for complete beginners although if you learnt in the distant past you are welcome to join too. I have been teaching bridge for 20 years and will guide you through the game of bridge at a gentle pace, as well as making the course fun and interactive. Once you have started playing bridge there will be no looking back!

About Jack Stocken:

Jack Stocken has established himself as one of the country’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” and now has regular classes in Harrogate and Helmsley.  Jack also teaches groups at private houses and has taught in several other counties. His bridge teaching is in the same style as at the London Club, with an emphasis on creating a friendly atmosphere and enjoyment of the game.