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Seven strikes in Bowling is called a seven bagger.

The is no particular name for 7 in a row except for '7 bagger'.

7 strikes, or seven bagger.

The term for seven strikes in a row is "seven bagger." If they are in the first seven framers it may be called the "front seven." If it is the last seven strikes (frames 6, 7, 8, 9, and 3 strikes in the 10th) it is called the "back seven" or "seven out the door."
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The term for seven strikes in a row is "seven bagger." If they are in the first seven framers it may be called the "front seven." If it is the last seven strikes (frames 6, 7, 8, 9, and 3 strikes in the 10th) it is called the "back seven" or "seven out the door."


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