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What did everyone think of that ending??
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Wow.  What a final match.  I'd say that the PBA is back.  The live shows are great and Fox is doing a fantastic job featuring the PBA whether it's on FS1 or Fox.
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In shock!

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Haha
Two bad breaks for the likely greatest bowler of all time.

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I prefer the laid back approach of that announcer. Randy toned down and was better with the tech end of the show. No dumb anecdotes.

Slick lanes, slower ball speeds, crazy down lane break point is why you see the pinfall that Belmo received. Did not deserve them, but the physics took over.

The kid, great plan.................straight as possible blows the pins away much better.

That kid is actually very under rated in my books. He is a star.................wrong................mega star.

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That is the most common split in todays game.  **it know what happens a lot.
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That is the most common split in todays game.  **it know what happens a lot.



I'd say the most common in the new game is the 2-8-10 or just the 2-10

Get it wide and that's what you get
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Prior to the late 70s the 7-10 was a very uncommon pocket split. 8-10, and 5-7 much more common before softer high friction balls emerged.
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Prior to the late 70s the 7-10 was a very uncommon pocket split. 8-10, and 5-7 much more common before softer high friction balls emerged.



And in the 60's and 70's the embarrassing 5-8-10
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I forgot that getting it right you leave the  2-8-10 and also the 2-4-8-10.  The old days it was the 8-10 that changed to the 7-10 in todays game.
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I remember this old guy who would brag he picked up more 5-8-10s than anyone in town.  My friend said sure Joe, but you leave more than anyone in town.  
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I remember this old guy who would brag he picked up more 5-8-10s than anyone in town.  My friend said sure Joe, but you leave more than anyone in town.


Practice makes perfect (or at least better than everyone else in town). 

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