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This is usually called a double or two bagger.

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A strike is worth 10 points plus the number of pins you knock down with the next two deliveries. A strike that is followed by 2 more strikes is worth 30 points. A strike that is followed by a spare is worth 20 points. a strike that is followed by another strike and then 8 pins is worth 28 points. A strike that is followed by 4 pins and then 3 pins is worth 17 points.


If you are a right-handed bowler it is called a Brooklyn strike.


The third strike bowled in a row is usually called a Turkey.




A strike is when you strike out


Three consecutive strikes in bowling scores 30 points in the frame that the first strike occurred. A score for a strike is 10 plus the next two balls thrown. If a strike is followed by a strike and then an 8 on the first ball of the third frame then the first strike is worth just 28 points.


After strike 3 people start refering to the string of strikes. Strike 4-bagger, strike 5-bagger ect.


30 pins is the maximum that can be scored in one frame of bowling. In the first 9 frames, this requires a strike followed by two more strikes.


Throw it on the bunkers bang strike!.


There are 10 frames in bowling. If you get a strike or spare in the 10th frame you get additional shot(s) -- 1 for spare and 2 for strike.


In bowling the term used when knock down all the pins is "Strike".


In any of the variants of 10-pin bowling (including Duckpins or candlepins), each pin is worth one point. However, when you are scoring a strike (all pins down on first ball) or spare (all pins down on 2nd ball), the scoring is more complex. For a spare, the score is 10 plus the number of pins knocked down on the first ball of the next frame (so, for example, a spare followed by a 7 count would be 17) For a strike, the score is 10 plus the number of pins knocked down on the next two balls thrown (so, for example, a strike followed by a 7 count then a completed spare would be 10+7+3 = 20). The most points that could be scored in a frame would be a strike followed by a strike, followed by another strike, 10+10+10 = 30. This gives us the maximum possible bowling score of 300 (10 frames, maximum of 30 pins in each). If a strike or spare is thrown in the 10th and final frame, the bowler immediately throws one (in the case of a spare) or two (for a strike) bonus balls, called "extra frames". These frames do not score on their own, they only serve to determine the extra pins for the 10th frame's mark.


If you can knock all the pins down with one ball, that is a strike.


If you did it in one try it's a strike. If you did it in two it's a spare.


A miss... ...bad shot... ...non-strike... ...non-spare... ...oops


Bowling is not an option on Wii Fit. However, on Wii Sports (and Wii Sports Resort), you get a strike as you normally would in real life bowling.


A turkey is 3 strikes in a row. You can only get a strike on the first ball of the frame. If you knock down all the pins on the 2nd ball of a frame it is a spare not a strike.


a Strike is 10 points thus why it is represented by an X


You would need to knock down all the pins every frame to get a strike in bowling every time. If everyone could get a strike every single time, the sport wouldn't be fun.


Bowl along the edge of the rail in 100 pin bowling if it rolls on it all the way to the end you will get a strike and the stamp


A strike is worth 10 points plus your next to points


The next two throws count towards the frame where you got a strike.


pins in a strike in bowling




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