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themrfreeze

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I watched the recap of the the championship match from this past Sunday and to be honest Duke got lucky his opponent bowled so poorly.  Norm wasn't lined up well on the left lane at all and only partially so on the right lane.  Still, his skill was obviously greater than his opponent, and I'm sure that's all down to his huge amount of experience.

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Norm may or may not have been lucky in the title match, but it took more than luck to lead the way to the show. Most of the young guys cant keep the ball in front of them on a short pattern without throwing urethane. On the long pattern power players usually gain an advantage as the shot opens up, but not always. Sometimes it is possible to play a fall back shot, which Norm has used before to score with the young guys.
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Norm bowled a clean game on two tough oil patterns.

As he said afterwards, "Spares win titles."


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In the modern era I would paraphrase that slightly. Spares dont win titles, but missed spares lose titles
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In the modern era I would paraphrase that slightly. Spares dont win titles, but missed spares lose titles
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Mika will vouch for that...Rash too
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