The Zen Of Bowling Score Math Part 2

jones_byesterday i posted a bowling score math challenge to see if anyone else could remember how to figure out strikes and spares in a bowling game. personally i had to go to the desert and contact harrison ford, my spirit guide. first of all you have to know: when a strike is bowled, the bowler is awarded the score of 10 (for knocking down all ten pins), plus he gets to add the total of his next two rolls to that frame. AND THEN for a spare, the bowler gets the 10, plus the total number of pins knocked down on the next roll onlysoooo with that bit of information, here are the correct scores in greenbowlinganswersand for those poor saps who don’t have an atari 2600 bowling cartridge to check your math, here is a link you can use.

One Response to The Zen Of Bowling Score Math Part 2

  1. I told you, it had been too long. thanks for the update, maybe I can get Jim to take me bowling.

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