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Q: What is it called when the head pin is knocked down and the rest of the pins are still up in bowling?
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What is it called when a person knocked down all 5 pins in 5 pin bowling?

strike


What does four mean in bowling?

A four in bowling means you knocked down 4 bowling pins.


What do - mean in bowling?

A dash ( - ) in bowling is a symbol indicating that no pins were knocked down.


The first roll of the bowling ball knocked down 3 of the 10 pins what percent of the pins were still standing?

70%


What is a bowling pin?

A bowling pin is one of the ten wooden objects that are set up and knocked down in the sport of bowling.


What does a dash in bowling mean?

A dash is used in scoring to indicate no pins were knocked down.


What is it called when the head pin is knocked down and the others are still standing?

split


How many bowling pins are there in a regular game?

There are 10 pins in Tenpin bowling. 300 pins knocked down in a game is the most.


How many 4 6 7 10 knocked down in bowling history?

The Big Four, which is what that pin combination is called, is not a statistic that is tracked any longer and depending on where you are bowling, may not have even been tracked.


What is the penalty for crossing the foul line?

In bowling, the pins knocked down by the ball do not count.


How many bowling pins do you have to knock down to get a strike when bowling?

One is required to knock down all pins at once in a game of bowling in order to get a strike. If playing five pin, then 5 pins would need to be knocked down. Ten pins would be required in a game of 10 pin bowling.


How many 7 10 pin knocked down in bowling history?

This statistic is not being tracked.


Are bowling pins sad when they get knocked down?

Of course! I mean how would you like to be hit with a bowling ball? You'd feel pretty sad too!


What is a spare and strike in bowling?

a strike is all 10 pins knocked down in one try a spare is all 10 pins knocked down in two consecutive tries in the same frame.


How is duckpin bowling different from tenpin bowling?

Because the pins are shorter, squatter, and lighter than that of the tenpin. The bowling ball is also a lot smaller and there are no finger holes (similar to that of candlestick bowling). Scoring is more difficult because there is less control.The pins are arranged the same way as tenpin bowling. However you have 3 shots per frame to knock down all the pins. A strike is made when all the pins are knocked down on the first roll. A spare is made when all the pins are knocked down in two rolls. If it takes all three shots to knock down the pins, then you get a score of ten but no bonus.Scoring works the same as in tenpin bowling and a perfect game is still 300. As of 2008 a perfect score has still not been recorded.


What term in tinpin bowling describes having knocked all the pins down after your second bowl?

Knocking down all the remaining pins after the second ball in tenpin bowling is termed as a spare.


What term in tenpin bowling describes having knocked all pins down after your second bowl?

spare


What term in tenpin bowling describes having knocked all the pins down after your second bowl?

spare


How do you score a bowling game?

# For a Strike take 10 plus the total pins knocked down on the next two shots. # For a Spare take 10 plus the total pins knocked down on next shot. # For any other shot, the score is the actual number of pins knocked down.


How many 4 6 7 10 pin knocked down in bowling history?

This statistic is not being tracked.


What is a spare worth in bowling?

A spare is worth 10 plus the number of pins knocked down on the next delivery.


In bowling how do you score the first strike of a double?

20+the number of pins knocked down on the next throw after the double.


How many pins do you get if you get a spare in bowling?

10 pins plus the number of pins knocked down with the next ball.


What term in ten pin bowling describes having knocked all the pins down after your second bowl?

Spare


How does a spare work in bowling?

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.

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