Wins·low system | \ ˈwinzˌlō-\
Definition of Winslow system
: a method of bidding at contract bridge based upon valuation of an ace as 1¹/₂ probable tricks, king 1, queen ¹/₂, and jack ¹/₄ 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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