Dec 072017
A good bridge tutor/playing routine.
File BRIDGETU.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
Category Games and Entertainment
A good bridge tutor/playing routine.
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FILES780.TXT 1097 625 deflated
GO.BAT 14 14 stored
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SCORE.BP0 128 22 deflated

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Contents of the READ.ME file

Introduction to BridgePal by WR Software

Welcome to BridgePal: the complete card game of bridge. Here's how to get
started. First, copy this diskette to another diskette, or to your hard disk.
The BridgePal manual (see below) has instructions for copying the diskette.
Save the original diskette as a backup, and use the copy from now on.

To use BridgePal, just enter one of the following at the DOS prompt:

BRIDGE - starts the program for monochrome and CGA color monitors
BPEGA - starts the program if you have an EGA card
PRINTDOC - prints the 12 page documentation manual
PRINTONE - prints the same manual, but use this if you put single sheets
of paper in your printer

The first part of the manual tells how to use BridgePal, while the later
sections describe the card game of bridge.

You can select HELP on the first BridgePal menu for a brief introduction to
the program. If you have played bridge before, this HELP information may be
the only thing you'll need to read.

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