Users of Bridge Solver Online
BSOL was initially integrated into BridgeWebs, which hosts websites for over 2000 bridge clubs worldwide. It was introduced in BridgeWebs release 2.19i, which was released in May 2015. On BridgeWebs, Bridge Solver Online (BSOL) is invoked by clicking on a button underneath the hand diagram on a BridgeWebs results page.
For an example, see the Bridge Solver Online
demo site at http://www.bridgewebs.com/bridgesolver . Click on the Results menu, select an event from the calendar, and click on a pair of names in the ranking list. Underneath the hand diagram on the right above the traveller is a "Play it Again" button. Click on this and then click on the "BS Online" button in the popup window. Full detail on using BSOL to "play" a hand in double dummy mode is available in this PDF user guide, which has been written by Rees Mitchell for the website users at Vanderbilt Bridge Club, in Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
The following is a list of major websites that have linked into BSOL on Bridgewebs as third party users. In addition to this list there are a substantial number of individual clubs that have their linked their sites to BSOL.
- English Bridge Union (EBU) for Sim Pairs
- The US based website bridgeresults.net which hosts results for a substantial number of clubs and regional events
- The New Zealand based website bridgenz.co.nz which hosts results for around 60 clubs
- The Australian based website altosoft.com.au which hosts results for over 100 clubs in Australia and New Zealand
- The Australian based website www.bridge-club.org which hosts results for a large number of clubs in Australia and New Zealand
- Stepbridge online playing platform stepbridge.nl which is the official online play platform for the Nederlandse Bridge Bond (NBB)