If the pins left standing after rolling one ball are more then one pin apart AND the head (1) pin isn't standing, then it's a split and is designated by an "S" or a circled number or a number of a different color on the scoreboard.
A 7-10 split is practically the hardest split in this sport. To explain, I have drawn a diagram... 7 8 9 10 4 5 6 2 3 1 The 7 and the 10 are the furthest away from the bowler and are the furthest away from each other than any other two pin combination. This is why a 7-10 split is so difficult to convert.
A split itself does not have any particular score or value. It's usually only notated on the score sheet that a split happened.
The Big 4 Split is the 4-6-7-10 pins being left.
The 7-10 Split is considered the most difficult split to convert to a spare.
It depends on the skill of the bowler.
No. Bowling for Soup have never split up.
The 7-10 split.
A circle around the number signifies a split.
In bowling, the sour apple, also referred to as the lily, is a name referring to the 5-7-10 pin split. It is a very difficult split to pick up.
It is still scored as a spare.
It's a "split" or "split-pin" situation.
distance to moon
Bowling ... 'bed posts' is slang for the 7-10 split.
25% of 710= 25% * 710= 0.25 * 710= 177.5
10% of 710 = 10% * 710 = 0.1 * 710 = 71