"If you are one of the hundred best players in the world, these hands will not puzzle you." So reads the instruction manual for AutoBridge, a mechanized version of the classic card game that let enthusiasts play alone.
Currently available on Etsy for $8, the seller says the game is from 1959, which makes me wonder: do people under the age of 50 play Bridge? I'm sure it was a great card game and all, but it's tough imagining it was so popular that someone devised away for someone to play alone. It's also tough imagining a world where you couldn't stare at a screen and face off against a CPU foe. [Etsy]