the exact same way you do with ten pin. the only diff. is you have the bowling Alley set up the lanes for 9 pin meaning that if you take out 9 outta 10 pins that counts as a strike and the lane will not set up the lone pin that's left afterwards.
in 9-pin bowling you are only using 9 pins instead of 10
in the 1830's is when they started to ban 9-pin bowling in Texas, so many changed to 10 pin.
The origins of nine pin bowling go back to England in the 13th century.
No tap or 9 pin is where on the 1st ball if you get a 9 it is a strike
In tenpin bowling, there are ten pins per lane. In 9 pin there are nine. In 5 pin there are five.
The head pin in bowling is the name of the pin in the 1 pin position. 7 8 9 10 ..4 5 6 ....2 3 .....1
There is tenpin bowling, duckpin bowling, fivepin bowling, ninepin bowling. Variations of tenpin include color pin, red head pin, 9 pin no tap, Monte Carlo, Even/Odds, Low ball, and best frame.
This is the layout of pins in a game of ten pin bowling: 7 8 9 10 4 5 6 2 3 1
9 pin no tap, means if you throw your first ball down the lane and take out only 9, then it is a strike and the lane resets to 10 pins and you move on to the next frame. Ninepin bowling and 9 pin no tap are not the same thing. Ninepin bowling is a type of "bowling." No tap is a game type played within "Tenpin" (traditional US alley bowling).
Depending on the pin...a typical bowling pin might weigh from 3 lbs. 6 oz to 3 pounds 9 oz.