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BridgeMojo is ACBL accredited bridge teacher Morris "Mojo" Jones, offering beginning and continuing bridge lessons for Pasadena, Glendale, and the San Gabriel Valley.


Bridge I and II available for registration

Bridge I is now available for registration at PCC Extension

Follow this link: to register online

Bridge I is subtitled "Bidding in the 21st Century." Besides introducing the game to newcomers, it can also serve existing bridge players as a way to review the fundamentals of Standard American bidding.

Here are the details:

  • Wednesday evenings, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
  • First class: January 15, 2014, for eight Wednesdays
    • No class on January 12, last class March 12
  • Location: Arcadia High School, room J2
  • Cost: $95 plus $15 workbook

Space is limited! It's worth getting registered as soon as you can.

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Bridge II at PCC Extension

Bridge II is "Play of the Hand in the 21st Century," with the main focus on declarer play. We also introduce new bidding tools and tips for the defense.

Follow this link: to register online

  • Wednesday Evenings, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
  • First class: March 19, 2014, for eight Wednesdays
    • No class on April 9, last class May 14
  • Location: Arcadia High School, room J2
  • Cost: $95 plus $15 workbook

2013-2014 Bridgemojo Class Schedule

Learn to play bridge, or improve your game this coming year! Here is my calendar for bridge classes in the 2013-2014 season:

Fall 2013

November 14, 2013

Single-topic class: The Stayman Convention

Learn or review the Stayman convention in a fun class with short discussion and lots of hands.

December 12, 2013

Single-topic class: Jacoby Transfer Bids

Discover and study this popular convention that can net you an extra trick during play

Winter 2014

Bridge I — Bidding in the 21st Century

Repeating this class from fall 2013

  • First class: January 15, 2014, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
  • Meet eight Wednesday evenings, excluding January 22
  • Register through PCC Extension

Spring 2014

Bridge II — Play of the Hand in the 21st Century

Learn the timeless skills of declarer play, while adding new bidding and defense tools

  • First class: March 19, 2014, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
  • Meet eight Wednesday evenings, excluding April 9
  • Register through PCC Extension

Summer 2014

Bridge III — Defense in the 21st Century

Discover how to think about bridge and work with your partner to set more contracts.

  • Dates to be announced

Join the Bridgemojo fan page on Facebook

Here's a new way to connect with fellow students, "like" our fan page on Facebook:

Social bridge mailing list available

For bridge students and beginners, I've created an email list called "Social Bridge" with the intent of providing a place for students to ask questions and make arrangements to play bridge socially.

Clearly the best way to improve at bridge is to play as often as you can, but finding a game that isn't too competitive or intimidating can be difficult.

The list members should all be local to the Pasadena/Arcadia area, and mostly current or former students of my bridge classes at PCC. So it should remain a small list of folks who mostly know each other and would like to discuss bridge or get together to practice.

You can join the list by clicking and using the "Subscribing to Social" form -- or just drop me a note at the Contact link.

Students win at Pasadena Regional

Bridge students Michael Perera and Tor Hyblom won their first red points Sunday July 3, 2011, at the Pasadena "Bridge Week" Regional. Congratulations!

Bridge postmortem at Islands
Bridge students pour over results and hands from the Pasadena Regional. Left to right are Tor Hyblom, Michael Perera, Judi Gale, and Julie Holloway.

How SAYC Happened

In viewing the landscape of "online bridge" these days, I thought I'd tell some of my history with SAYC. It's sort of my fault. See the full story here:


Pasadena needs bridge teachers!

This great article in the Pasadena Star-News, Pasadena goes all-in on Bridge, highlights the interest and the need for bridge teachers in the area.

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