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Depending the country your in...Canada it is considered a six bagger, in the United states its considered a six pack.


It's called a six-bagger, or alternately a six-pack.

If you start the game with six strikes (frames 1 thru 6) they can also be called the front six; if they are the last six strikes of the game (frames 7 thru 10) they're called the back six, rear six, or six out the door.

It is called a "six bagger".

For 4 or more consecutive strikes in 10-pin Bowling the term used is N-bagger, N being the number of strikes (6-bagger for example).

It is called a 6 bagger. Anything after a Turkey is called "putting the Turkey in a bag" 5 bagger, 6 bagger etc.

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What is 6 consecutive strikes in the game of bowling called?

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