A "spare" in Bowling is when it takes two rolls in one frame to knock down all ten pins. A frame with a spare is scored by adding ten with the pins knocked down by the next ball.
Please spare me!
There are 362880 possible spare combinations in 10 pin bowling.
It is still scored as a spare.
The spare is getting to 2nd sub-bowl at 10 pins getting.
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 the last frame you get a chance of bowling 3 balls. You can get three strikes, a strike and a spare (a spare is two balls) or a spare and a strike.
A spare is a term in bowling that means all of the pins are knocked down with the second ball of the frame. It is usually indicated by a slash "/" on the scoresheet. A player gaining a spare gains 10 points.
A Spare Is when you knock down some pins in the first try but in the next try you knock the rest down you get a spare
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a spare is 10 points plus the value of your next roll. So if you get a spare and then 9, you get 19 points
1 bowling ball. No matter what the shot is. (Eg: 7-10)
The way I see it, it is called a spare because you use your extra shot to knock all the pins down.(or in other words, used your spare shot to get a spare)
A spare is worth 10 plus the number of pins knocked down on the next delivery.
/ slash mark
it means you got either a strike or spare
10 plus your next ball
it is called an "open" frame
You have to knock down ten pins in two tries to get a spare.
Go bowling and see how many times you can spares.
By lining up the bowling ball to hit the pins. T o get a strike or spare.