Winslow system

noun Wins·low system \ˈwinzˌlō-\

Definition of Winslow system

  1. :  a method of bidding at contract bridge based upon valuation of an ace as 112 probable tricks, king 1, queen 12, and jack 14 and on the principle that the lowest-ranking four-card suit regardless of its high-card content should be bid first

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Origin and Etymology of winslow system

after Thomas Newby Winslow †1942 American lawyer, mathematician, and bridge expert

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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