Worst possible score is 0, you gutter every single bowl. Best you can get is 300 which is really hard because you have to knock down all the pins on the first bowl (a strike). You have to get all strikes.
remember, one turn consists of two throws. when you get a strike, that means that you knock down all of the pins in one throw, and one throw exactly. if you knock down all the pins on your first throw, you can't have another throw and your turn is over. when you get a spare, that means you took your two throws and knocked down ALL of the pins. for example, if you knock down four of the pins in your first throw and 6 pins on your next throw, you get a spare. but if you get 0 pins on your first throw and 10 pins on your second throw, that is also a spare, not a strike.
The objective is to knock over as many pins as you can to get a high score, which ranges from 0 to 300. You get strikes when you hit all ten pins in one throw, but if you don't, it is okay because you can roll a spare if you hit the remaining pins on the second try. Avoid open frames, missing all the pins, and splits, difficult positions to make a spare.
Well, you can get anywhere from no pins to ten pins each time you throw the ball. But you also have to factor in the fact that there are only 10 pins per frame, and once you get a strike, the frame ends, so assuming that bowling is solely based on odds or percentages (not on skill like it is in real life)... 1/11(0-10 pins knocked down) ^12 (9 regular frames, 3 throws the tenth frame) = 1/3138428376721 chance
Very much so. If a player crosses the foul line during their delivery they receive a score of 0 for the shot regardless of how many pins are knocked down.
It is called a "foul". The bowler receives a score of 0 for that delivery. If any pins were knocked down on the first delivery they must be reset. If a foul occurs on the second delivery, the bowler is done for that frame.
Move the two on the outside of the line of 4 to the line of 2. Then move the single pin from the line of 1 in front of the new line of 2. Line 1: Start: 1 pin End: 0 pins Line 2: Start: 2 pins; End: 4 pins Line 3: Start: 3 pins; End: 3 pins Line 4: Start: 4 pins; End: 2 pins Line 5: Start: 0 pins; End: 1 pin.
The amount of pins that you knock down after 10 frames. If you get a spare (knock down all 10 pins in two shots), the number of pins you knock down on your next throw get added to that frame. If you get a Strike(all 10 in one shot), you get the next two throws added to that frame. 9/ 90 9/ X X 90 10+9 = 19 (first frame) 19+9 = 28 (second frame) 28+10(spare)+10(strike in 4th frame) = 48 (third frame total) 48+10(strike)+10(strike in 5th frame) + 9(first ball in 6th frame) = 77 (4th frame total) 77+10(strike in 5th) + 9 0(2 balls in 6th frame) = 96 (5th frame total) 96 + 9(total from 6th frame) = 107 (6th frame total) Hope this helps.
knock down the vase and then hang on the poll thingy and jump onto the vase and it should break andget the target :0)
Knocking down one pin in a frame would net you one point for that frame. If the previous frame was a strike, then the previous frame would be worth 11 points (10 pins for the strike plus the total pin count of the next two shots 10+1+0=11).
There is a site for all bowling rules in the links section below. You throw the ball down the lane and hit as many pins as you can. if your foot crosses the black line at the beginning of the lane it is a foul and you get 0 points for that frame. If you get a Spare(/) then you get 10 points plus however many are scored in the first shot of the next frame. If you get a strike(X) it is 10 plus however many points you get total in the next frame, but, if you get 2 strikes in a row then it is 20 points plus however many you get in the frame after that. For example, if you get a strike in the 5th frame, a strike in the 6th frame, and 9 pins in the 7th frame. you will get 29 points for the 5th frame, 19 points for the 6th frame, and 9 points for the 7th frame.
A negative eight in bowling is impossible. The lowest score one can have for a game is 0.
A strike is worth 10 points, plus the number of pins you knock down on your next 2 balls. So the minimum a strike would be worth is 10 points if you get gutter balls on your next 2 balls (10 + 0 + 0 = 10) or a maximum of 30 if you get strikes on your next 2 balls. 10 + 10 + 10 = 30 Getting multiple strikes in a row can quickly raise your point total and turn a bad game into a decent or even a good game.
Yes, the 1975 New York Islanders came back to knock out the Pittsburgh Penguins in the Second Round after being down 3-0. The 1941-42 Toronto Maple Leafs won 4 straight games after being down 3-0 against the Detroit Red Wings to win the Stanley Cup Finals.
There is a line at the end of the approach called the 'foul line'. Should any part of your body touch the lane past the foul line, a foul is called and you received 0 pins for that delivery. Not only touching the lane could cause a foul. But if your fingers or hand touch the wall beyond the foul line it is a foul.
Mick Lewis holds the record for most expensive bowling figures in ODIs. He had bowling figures of 10-0-113-0 vs South Africa in 2006. He is the only bowler to have conceded over 100 runs in one ODI.
Divorce can affects adults servilely likes children's mothers and fathers splitting up. It can knock your confidence down to 0 but whenever and if ever you get divorced always remember that there is a light at the end of the tunnel!
Times 180 by 4.5 and knock of the 0 at the end.
score '0' points. You can do this by throwing the ball in the gutter throughout the whole game!!!
In the 2010 world cup Spain beat Chile 3-0.
Yes you can and you can get the iphone or galexy or any type they have out for 0% down
In 1976, Steve Bowling played in 14 games, batting in all of them. He had 42 at bats, getting 7 hits, for a .167 batting average, with 2 runs batted in. He was walked 2 times. He struck out 5 times. He hit 2 doubles, 0 triples, and 0 home runs.