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Be sure to try out many, and select one that s the right weight, material and finger-grip fit. Bowling Tip #2: Are you bowling enough? To progress at bowling, you need to bowl at least once or twice a week. The most economical way to get this amount of practice in is by joining a league. Usually, the more experienced players show up before the game to practice. Strikes that are made on three successive attempts are called a turkey and they are scored as triple. The score of the initial strike is 30. The maximum score that a player can get is 300. To do this, he needs to make 12 strikes consecutively. There is also a spare, which is scored when the pins that were left standing after the first delivery were knocked down on the second delivery. However, the development of the game, which started in the third century A.D., is credited to the religious leaders of Germany. A kegel - which represents the devil - was used as a pin. It needed to be hit as a sign of purity and freeing from sin and anyone who failed to hit the target was determined to be wicked. Learning how to behave on the lanes is as much an important part of the game as figuring out how to score correctly. There are some major dos and don'ts when it comes to bowling lane etiquette. They include: Do's Get the proper gear. It is considered a major breach of bowling lane etiquette to wear street shoes on the lanes. If a second strike followed the first one, add 10 points for the first strike, another 10 for the second, but before closing the tally for this particular frame, record the number of pins that fell on the next frame's first attempt. Add this number to the 20 points from the previous frame. 7. In the event of a spare, indicate a slash (/) in the small box after all the pins have been knocked down on the second attempt. Some venues may not have strict regulations or enforcement of pin shapes and sizes or the pin setting machine. These irregularities (if any) would affect every delivery of the ball as well as the scoring. There are three types of pins that are commonly used in bowling. The first type is the Vulcan Vultex 2. 

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