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.
1 point a bowling pin
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.
It depends on the league.
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.
A perfect score in tenpin bowling is 300.
In tenpin bowling, a perfect game is 300.
10 plus your next ball
You can achieve a maximum score of 300.
a sot is worth 2 points