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A Strike is worth ten pins plus the total of the next two balls thrown. If you throw three strikes in a row, the first strike is worth 30 pins. If you throw a strike, then a spare. The strike is worth 20 pins total.

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10 plus whatever you get on your next two throws. For instance, if you throw a strike on the first frame, then a strike on the second, and a strike on the third you will have 30 in the first frame. If you strike in the first frame, then strike in the second, and get a 7 on the first ball of the third frame you will have 27 in the first frame. And so on...

A strike is worth 10 + your next two rolls., A spare is 10 + your next 0ne roll. So if in the first frame you Roll a strike, then next frame you get 8 pinns on the first roll, and only 1 on the second. You have score 10 + 8+ 1=19. You would have 19 in the first frame and a total of 28 in the second.

A strike gives you ten points and the score of the next two balls. So at a minimum it will give you ten points and best case thirty points.

a Strike is 10 points thus why it is represented by an X

A strike is worth 10 points plus how many points you get in your next two throws. If you get three strikes in a row, then your first strike is worth 30 points.

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Do you mean "strike"? A strike is worth 10 pins plus the pins on the next two deliveries. So, if a bowler gets a strike in the first frame we can't assign a score until he bowls again. If he gets a spare in the second frame (i.e., 10 pins on two balls), then he would get a score of 20 back in the first.

There is a site for all Bowling rules in the links section below. You throw the ball down the lane and hit as many pins as you can. if your foot crosses the black line at the beginning of the lane it is a foul and you get 0 points for that frame. If you get a Spare(/) then you get 10 points plus however many are scored in the first shot of the next frame. If you get a strike(X) it is 10 plus however many points you get total in the next frame, but, if you get 2 strikes in a row then it is 20 points plus however many you get in the frame after that. For example, if you get a strike in the 5th frame, a strike in the 6th frame, and 9 pins in the 7th frame. you will get 29 points for the 5th frame, 19 points for the 6th frame, and 9 points for the 7th frame.

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.

A strike is worth 10 points plus the number of pins you knock down with the next two deliveries. A strike that is followed by 2 more strikes is worth 30 points. A strike that is followed by a spare is worth 20 points. a strike that is followed by another strike and then 8 pins is worth 28 points. A strike that is followed by 4 pins and then 3 pins is worth 17 points.

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