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Greek Week Bowling Rules

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Bowling

Bowling rules and scoring states that when a player is bowling, they need to be courteous to others and be prepared to take turns. Be competitive but cheer for others. With bowling rules and scoring steps, you need to be aware of what your particular score is.

The essentials to bowling rules and scoring are that all players need to be ready for their turn. They are not standing around wasting their time or in another player's way. Bowling rules and scoring state that the person on the right begins and this is how it is logged in. Anger is not a conduct that will be tolerated.

Bowling rules and scoring allows you to make a total score of three hundred after playing ten frames in a game of bowling. When you get a strike or spare, you are awarded more points for it as is set by the bowling rules and scoring. Because of the extra points awarded in the bowling rules and scoring, you can come up with a total score of three hundred if you roll all strikes. Whichever you role will depend on the amount of extra points you get in the bowling rules and scoring.

When you get a spare, and you get all the pins after trying two times, the bowling rules and scoring says you get to add the first amount of frames to the amount you got on your second role for a total spare score for the frame. For example, if you get say you get 7 on the first roll and 6 on the second roll; your spare score for that frame by the bowling rules and scoring is a total of 13. That is 7 + 6 = 13.

Bowling rules and scoring say that when a strike is rolled, you get the points from the next two shots you take. For example, if you get yourself a strike you automatically get two shots. The total of these two shots is added to the ten pints you get for the strike. This means if you get a 5 on one roll and a 7 on the next, the bowling rules and scoring say you get a total of 22 for your score. That is 10 + 5 + 7 = 22.