May 20-26 is Raleigh Regional Tournament. Click here for more information.
NO GAMES at RBC on Thursday. Please come and play in the Regional!!!

This Week at RBC

  • Tuesday, May 21, 7pm on BBO
  • Thursday, May 23 - NO GAMES at RBC due to Raleigh Regional
  • Sunday, May 25, 7pm game on BBO

Coming Soon...

  • May 30: we will have a TEAM night – Grassroots FUNd for extra MPs and proceeds raised by these games help send our District 7 winners to nationals.


3801 Hillsborough Street
Raleigh, NC

The Royal Banquet Center

Near I 440 E Hillsborough St. Exit
Across from Meredith College
In the same building as Ben & Jerry's, ComedyWorx, and Brickhouse Sports Bar

See directions here.

About Us

Welcome to the website for the Raleigh Bridge Club!
We hold duplicate bridge face-to-face games on Thursday evenings, and online games on Tuesday and Sunday evenings.

Play begins at 7:00 p.m.

See schedule and calendar for more information.

Game Results

Partnership Desk

Need a partner?

Click Partnerships for help finding a partner in either the OPEN pairs or the 299/499/799/999/1500 (limited) game.

Member Directory

The peculiarly satisfying quality of a bridge hand is that it is a fragment of human experience, a sliver of reality that, unlike most things in life, can be completely understood. We can grasp its meaning, relate it to a larger scheme of things, spot harmony, introduce order. Bridge relieves a small part of our urgent need for clarity. Really, we play and study the game for the same reason Dylan Thomas gave when asked why he wrote poetry: “for some measure of light”. If we seek to explain further our fascination with the game, we run up against the limitations of language. For bridge, in a sense, is like love - its delights have to be experienced at first hand. How could a non-player be expected to understand the sweet torment of lying awake in the early hours of the morning while your mind tries to work out new ways of making last night’s 3NT? When an interesting deal arises, it is the inherent mystery that attracts us, not so much whether it ended in triumph or tragedy, in brilliancy or blunder. -- Hugh Kelsey