Bowling Score 2
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A spare in bowling is when all 10 pins are knocked down in one frame. When there's a spare, the score for the next single bowl is added to the current frame's score. For example, if this is the pins knocked down in the first 2 frames:
1. 8 2 2. 6 3
...the player's score will be
16 for the first frame and
9 for the second frame, with a total score of
25. The score of
6 gets counted twice, since it was added to the score of the spare too.
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thalesJul 19, 9:49 AM
Weasel BanditNov 21, 2:53 PM
It's not really efficient.. but it works...