it tries to knock all the pins down
You have to knock down ten pins in two tries to get a spare.
An open frame is when you do not knock down all ten pins within two shots.
An open frame occurs when a bowler does not knock down all 10 pins in two shots.
You deliver the bowling ball down the lane to knock the pins down.
Assuming 10-pin bowling, if you knock all the pins down in one frame with one ball (a strike), you get 10 points plus the number of pins you knock down with your next two balls. If you knock all the pins down in one frame with two balls (a spare), you get 10 points plus the number of pins you knock down with your next ball.
A strike is when you knock all of the bowling pins down on the first try. If you don't knock any down the first try, but on the second try you knock them all over, it is still condsidered a spare because it took you two tries to knock them all over.
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.
You get 2 chances per frame to knock down 10 pens if you don't get all 10 after the second ball it is referred to as an "open frame".
The objective of bowling is to knock down and many pins as possible.
The objective of Bowling is to knock down and many pins as possible.
Knock it down.