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.
Five Strikes in a row in Bowling is a Brot. Coming from the term of the number of Brots that come in a package. Six Strikes in a row in Bowling is a Six Pack Seven Strikes in a row in Bowling is a T-Bone Eight is a Sir Loin Nine is a prime rib Ten Is a Double Thanksgiving Turkey Dinner.
The nickname for 6 strikes in a row is commonly referred to as a Six Pack.
A series of strikes in bowling is called an x-bagger; for example, four strikes in a row is a four-bagger.In addition, two strikes in a row is called a 'double', while three is called a 'triple' or a 'turkey'. Six in a row has long been called a 'six-pack'; while strings of four and five have recently acquired the nicknames 'hambone' and 'yahtzee' respectively.
There is no set of six consecutive integers for -4.
There is no such set of six consecutive numbers.
Six in a row is a "six pack"
Depends on how many. Two in a row is a double (sometimes referred to as a hambone, in junior bowling, though I've never used this term myself), three is a turkey, anything after three is usually just the number followed by "-bagger", though I've heard some call six in a row a six-pack.
The six consecutive integers greater than -7 are: -7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2
If you mean six consecutive INTEGERS, then the answer is Yes.
The progression of strikes is as follows: On the left are standard names, on right are some odd names I have seen or heard through the years.1 = Strike2 = Double3 = Turkey or Gobbler4 = Hambone5 = Recently heard referred to as yatzee or five bagger6 = Sometimes referred to as a six pack or six bagger or wild turkey.7 = Seven baggger8 = Eight bagger9 = Nine bagger or golden turkey10 = Ten bagger11 = Eleven bagger12 = Twelve bagger or 300 game or Perfect GameAnything after a strike may be referred to as a(n) "x bagger" (where x = number of consecutive strikes), 5 bagger or 7 bagger for example. They may also simply be referred to as "x in a row.""Front x" - The number of consecutive strikes thrown starting with the first frame. For example, the front seven (strikes in frams 1-7)."Back x" or "x out the door" - The number of consecutive strikes thrown through the tenth frame. For example, the back seven (stikes in frames 6-10).
The standard bowling lane accommodates six people in one game.