You can chose to play bridge at a club, or online.
If you’re short on time but you’re still keen on staying alert and fresh in your bridge endeavors then it’s a must to play whenever you can.. like you know: on your way forth and back from work, when you’re stuck in traffic, in a queue of your choice, or waiting for the sleep to come.
So your close friends must be the GIB robots from BBO (Bridge Base Online). You can buy them for a period of time (say a day) and use them to play for money. Or you can open a table with 3 other robots for a quickie.. like a game of 4 or an unlimited stream of hands. You get the picture..
But my take is from another angle. So for every one of us lonely and sad players of bridge there is a potential of 3 robots ready and willing. Are they smart enough, well that’s another story. However, they are there!
But let’s extend this: for every one of us sad and lonely human beings there is always a computer waiting (if you don’t have one or yours gets some ransomware.. ha ha – again another subject but still very close), and there’s also another:
- smartphone waiting
- smart fridge waiting
- smart TV waiting
- smart car waiting.. Tesla
- smart wearable waiting
- RF chip
- something technical smart and ready enough to help us out
- Software (in all of them)
Help us.. you say!
Hmm, the other day my little one asked an interesting question, when do numbers finish, as in 1, 2, 3..
Well, my question of same sorts would be: where does smart pieces of technology finish?
Are these numbers double / triple (in stocks waiting to be shipped, or live and kicking) more than humans! Somehow we, humans live and kicking, have created a dormant army of devices which at the moment help us out.. still.