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# If you bowled 12 strikes in an row in one bowling game what would be your score?

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you would score 300
Assuming the 12 consecutive strikes were in the same game, you'd have a 300.
12-bagger, or 300, or perfect game
It's called a perfect game.

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A perfect game is 12 consecutive strikes, just as in tenpin bowling. That would result in a score of "300". To date, this feat has not been accomplished.

10 strikes in a row from frames 1 through 10 would be a 260, but you would still get to bowl 2 balls in the tenth frame so the score could be higher.

That would depend on what the count of the spare was. If it was ten strikes in a row, then 9 /, the score would be a 289 game. If it was an 8 /, it would be a 288 game and so on.

A strike is worth 10 pins plus the next two throws. So if you bowled a strike and then 5 pins then 3 pins, you would add 18 pins to the score for the frame with the strike.

The highest possible score is the same as in tenpin bowling. A perfect game would consist of 12 consecutive strikes in the same game = 300 pins.The highest actual score, however, is 279, bowled by Pete Signore Jr. of Connecticut on March 5, 1992. (The record for a woman is 265, set by Carol Gittings of Maryland on May 6, 1973.)

Bowling 12 strikes in a row, which would be the equivalent of 120 physical pins, would score to be a 300.

If you have never bowled before, I would say about 100-150. If bowl regularly then much higher.

There hasn't been any statistics tracked to determine a specific score that is bowled on average. Due to the variations of skill levels, it would be very hard to determine.

In tenpin bowling, it would take 12 strikes to complete a perfect 300 game.

12 strikes one for each of the 10 frames and then 2 more strikes to complete the last frame 3 ball minimum 12 strikes

There are ten frames in standard ten pin bowling. If you bowled a perfect game, there would be 12 throws. The maximum number of throws in a game would be 21 depending on how your game is bowled.

Your score would be 150 in the 5th frame. There will not be a score in the 6th frame until your roll your next two balls down the alley. Say you were to roll 2 more strikes, you will get 30 points added to the 150 (10 for the strike in the 6th frame, and 10 for each of the two consecutive strikes, which is 20, giving you a total of 30). Your score after 6 strikes in a row from the start of the game would be 140 in the 5th plus your next ball.

It would be 3 turkeys since a single turkey is 3 strikes.

To score a 279 in 10 Pin Bowling, you would need to bowl a Spare in the first frame followed by 8 strikes &amp; for the tenth frame you would need a Strike followed by a 9 spare as shown below. 9/, X, X, X, X, X, X, X, X, X, 9/ The score would show as this during the game 20,50,80,110,140,170,200,230,259,279

No. It would be called the mode score.The median is the number that lies halfway when a series is arranged in ascending or descending order.The mode is the number that occurs most frequently. That is, the most common value or, in this case, the score bowled most often.

&gt; Well if you get all strikes in every box you get 120 points.\ Wrong. A perfect game of 12 strikes would score 300. A strike in a frame is worth 10 pins plus the total of the next two balls. Since each of the next two balls is also a strike, the total for the frame would be 30 pins.

Pakistan's Shoaib Akhtar is the only bowler ever to bowl over 100mph and that makes him the fastest bowling ever. But it would be interesting to consider this... en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeff_Thomson

In bowling, 'scratch' means without the handicap added in. A scratch game is the actual score of the game, whereas a handicap game is the scratch game and the handicap added together. So 'high game scratch' would be the highest game a person in the league or tournament bowled without adding in the handicap. For example, someone with a 12 handicap bowls a 249. The 'scratch' score is 249, the handicap score is 261.

190If you throw a spare in the first frame (doesn't matter the count of the first ball) then throw 9 spare for the rest of the game in each frame with a 9 on your final ball in the 10th your score would be 190. The highest score without throwing a strike.

The sport is cricket in which the batter is bowled out without scoring a single run (out for a duck).

First Answer:It depends what bowling you are doing there is ten pin bowling which would have 10 pins and there is also five pin bowling which obviously has 5.Second Answer:To give further detail to the above answer, in tenpin bowling there are 120 possible pins to be knocked down per game (stike = 10 pins, 12 possible strikes per game = 120 pins, total score for that game is 300).

The minimum number of pins you would need to knock down to get a 260 would be 97: nine strikes in a row, followed by a 6-1 in the tenth frame. Obviously, it's not the number of total pins that matter, but the number of strikes in a row; it's possible to knock down the same 97 pins and yet only score a 97 game.

it would depend on the score of the fourth shot therefore it would be 70 plus the next 2 shots.

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