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Autobridge is (was) a device designed to teach using various series of books of play sheets and dates back to the 1930s. It uses a board which is opened to insert a sheet with cards indices and suits printed on it. The board's lid is closed and the hand is played by opening windows in sequence. The player decides on their own play and then reveals the next window to see what the expert author recommends. An accompanying booklet explains the expert's recommendations.
Experts who contributed to the Autobridge system included the Culbertsons, Charles Goren, Alfred Sheinwold, Alan Truscott, Barry Rigal, Albert Morehead, and Richard Frey.
If you still have a functioning Autobridge unit, we have a few refills listed below.