You have to knock down ten pins in two tries to get a spare.
10 pins plus the number of pins knocked down with the next ball.
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
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.
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A Spare is worth 10 pins plus the total pin count on the first ball of the very next frame. The possible total worth of a spare is 20 pins.
By lining up the bowling ball to hit the pins. T o get a strike or spare.
A spare in bowling is when you knock down all of the pins with both deliveries in a single frame. So, if you knocked down 7 pins on your first ball and knocked down the remaining 3 pins with your second ball, that would be considered a spare.
The objective of Bowling is to knock down and many pins as possible.
Knocking down all the remaining pins after the second ball in tenpin bowling is termed as a spare.
Bowling, Strike means all pins down on first ball . Spare means all remaining pins down on second ball. If you gett a gutter ball on the first try, and all pins down on the second ball , it's still a spare.Pins left standing on second ball is an open frame.
a strike is all 10 pins knocked down in one try a spare is all 10 pins knocked down in two consecutive tries in the same frame.
The objective is to knock over as many pins as you can to get a high score, which ranges from 0 to 300. You get strikes when you hit all ten pins in one throw, but if you don't, it is okay because you can roll a spare if you hit the remaining pins on the second try. Avoid open frames, missing all the pins, and splits, difficult positions to make a spare.