a) Hanging out at the pool with your friends.
c) Playing bridge with people who are more than eight times your age. A RANDOM week night this summer may find you doing the following:
Reading a great summer
Did you answer C? For a handful of avid young Virginia bridge players, C is correct.
“I just like playing cards,” said Quinn Eggleston, 13, from the US, who has been playing bridge for about five years. He and his partner Jackson Miller, 12, spent a recent evening playing bridge at a retirement home against Muriel Stolarsky, 95, and Clare Agoglia, another senior who wouldn’t give her age.
Bridge may seem like a game for older people. But according to the American Contract Bridge League ( ACBL), which is the biggest bridge group in the country, the game has been growing more popular among kids in the United States.
More schools are starting bridge clubs, and more bridge youth competitions are forming. It may be because adults think bridge may help you with test