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Well, a spare is worth 10 plus the next ball, and a strike is worth 10 plus the next 2 balls. Without seeing the score card, that's all I can tell you.

Q: How is a strike and a spare scored?

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Depending on whether you get a strike, spare, or an open frame, the score is the frame with the strike: 10+x+y. X means your first throw and y is your second.

It is still scored as a spare.

Each frame consists of two deliveries, unless you knock all 10 pins down on the first delivery, this is called a strike. If you knock them all down after the second delivery its a spare. In the tenth frame however, if you get a strike or spare, you get three deliveries. The total number of pins for each frame gets added together unless you roll a strike or spare. If you roll a strike its worth 10 plus what you get on your next 2 deliveries. A spare is worth 10 plus your next delivery. This means in a frame where there's a strike or spare the score for that frame can't be filled in until your next two or one deliveries have been thrown respectively.

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.

No. Technically there are only ten frames in bowling. If you Spare in the tenth frame, you get a bonus shot called a fill shot. If you strike in the tenth frame, you get two bonus/fill shots.no

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No... with a spare you will add 10 plus the next ball rolled to get your score for that frame. A strike you will add 10 plus the next 2 balls rolled to score that frame. The maximum frame score you can receive for a spare would be 20. If you rolled a strike for next ball after your spare. The maximum for a strike would be 30. If you rolled 2 strikes in your next 2 balls after you strike.

For the pitcher's ball/strike pitch numbers, it is counted as a strike.

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The different between a strike and a spare is the number of shots used in knocking all 10 pins down. A strike is knocking all 10 pins down in one shot. A spare is knocking all 10 pins down in two shots.

Firehouse - 1974 Strike Spare and Burn 1-7 was released on: USA: 28 February 1974