bowling tips

Bowling is at the same time a fun way to hang out with friends and a serious competitive sport. Regardless of whether you are an amateur player or want to improve your skills to become a professional, you have come to the right place.

It includes the function of the bowling lane. 
Before going to play, you have to understand the function of the bowling alley. The bowling lane has a length of 18 m (60 ft) from the launch line (the line closest to the player) to the main bolus (the bolus closest to the player). There are channels on both sides of the bowling lane. If the ball deviates, it falls into the channels and exits the game.
-The approach zone is 4.5 m (15 ft) long and ends at the launch line. The player can not step on the throwing line during his career, but his shot will be invalid.
-If a ball falls into the channels and then bounces and hits the pins, the shot is invalid.

Understand the function of bowling. 10 bowls are organized at the end of the track in each of the entrances. They are organized with a triangular formation, with the tip of the triangle facing the player. There is a single bolus in the first row (this is the main bolus), two boluses in the second row, three in the third row and four in the last row. [1]
-Numbers from 1 to 10 are assigned to the location of the pins. The pins in the back have the numbers from 7 to 10, the pins in front of the last row are numbered from 4 to 6, the pins in the second row are numbered with the 2 and 3 and the main bolus bears the number 1 .
-All bowling are worth a point if the player hits them successfully. The numbers are based on your location, not your point value.

Learn the lingo. 
To be a true bowler, you must learn the different terms used in the game. Knowing these terms will also allow you to understand the rules more easily. Here you have them:
-A “strike” is when you knock down all the pins with the ball on the first try.
-A semipleno (“spare”) is when you knock down all the pins in the second attempt.
-The banderillas (“split”) is when the first ball of the square hits the main bolus (the bolus closest to the player) but leaves two or more non-adjacent boluses standing. It is difficult to convert a flag, especially if pins 7 and 10 were left standing.
-A triple (“turkey”) are three full in a row.
-If a bolus remains after the player’s turn, it is called an “open frame”.

Understand how the game works 
A bowling game consists of 10 pictures. Each frame is equivalent to a turn for the player. The objective of the player is to knock down all the possible bowling in a frame, the ideal is to shoot them all.
-The player has two throws per frame, assuming he does not get a full.

Learn to take the score. 
If the player gets an open frame, then he receives the points equivalent to the number of bowls he knocked down. If the player knocked down 6 bowls after two turns, he simply receives two turns. However, if the player gets a full or banderillas, the rules get a little more complicated. [2]
-If the player gets banderillas, he must place a slash (/) on his score sheet. After his next turn, he will receive 10 points in addition to the number of bowls he knocked down that turn. For example, if he knocked down 3 pins after his first turn, he receives 13 points before his second turn. If he then knocks down 2 pins in his second turn, he gets a total of 15 points in that round.
-If the player gets a full, he must place an X on his score sheet. The plenary gives the player 10 points plus the number of bowls the player knocks down in his next two turns in the next round.
-The highest possible score is 300 points. To achieve this, you must get 12 full in a row or what is the same, knock down 120 pins in 12 frames. A perfect game has 12 full and not ten, because if the player gets a full in his last frame, then he gets two more turns. If in those two turns you also get a full, then you get 300 points.

    • If the player gets banderillas in his last draw, then he gets an additional turn.

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