I think that means you have to get 12 strikes (all pins down) in a row !!
My high game ever was a 256… still don't know how I managed it…
I think my highest score ever was 65. I could be exaggerating. On the up side.
When we lived in teeny-town IL, where there was nothing to do, a group of us would go bowling on Friday. Dr Z, as we called her, loved to go because she would get drunker and drunker as the night wore on. That was ok--except that it was always a danger to stand behind her when she was about to bowl. You never knew in which direction the ball would go.
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It's not an easy feat. I've been an avid bowler for 40 years and still don't have one. I've come close a number of times rolling a 279, that's all strikes except for one frame in the game of a 9 pin spare. I've had what's called an Andy Varipapa 300, that's 12 strikes in a row but not in one game, between 2 games, but haven't hit the pinnacle yet.
Congratulations to her, that's quite an accomplishment.
That is also pretty amazing too. I have never seen someone pull off such a feat. In ant imagine the pressure the would build up as the strikes start lining up. I once got 5 strikes in a row at the first five frames and it was so much pressure my game was complete crap after that. Kudos to anyone who can keep their ball going where they want it under that min d of pressure.
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