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Omar Sharif Bridge could be the perfect game. Its ease of play marks it out as a firm favourite for casual gamers, whilst the huge depth of strategy and vast intricacies involved allow it to be a game that can be studied by the most serious card student.Bridge is played by four players who form two partnerships. Players within a partnership face each other across the bridge table. Traditionally, the players are referred to by the points of the compass - North, East, South and West. The two partnerships are North/South and East/West. Games are played to the best of three. The winner is said to have won the ?rubber?. A game ends when one partnership scores 100 or more points below the line.Featuring ACOL and Standard American bidding systems, Omar Sharif Bridge will challenge the most proficient player yet still allow the beginner to develop their game. Fantastic graphics and a strong and respected bridge engine allows players to become involved, stimulated and challenged with every deal.Game features:Endorsed by Omar Sharif.Supports ACOL and Standard American bidding systems.Supports 5 card majors, strong 2 clubs, weak 1NT, Jacoby Transfers and 2NT 11-12 points conventions.Uses the Rubber scoring system.Extensive score card information.Ability to locate deals matching many bidding criteria.Auto bidding.Auto card play.Full undo and redo of bids and cards played.High quality artificial intelligence engine from renowned Bridge expert.Extensive display and card play options.Available in English.Omar Sharif Bridge is just one of our large collection of best of breed classic board, card and puzzle games available for a wide range of platforms.This application is Windows Mobile Signed.** Windows Mobile Signed applications can be automatically traced back to the product authors who have been verified as being bone-fide and trusted application developers for the Windows Mobile platform. Windows Mobile Signed applications cannot be tampered with ensuring viruses are unable to hide within the application after they have been signed.