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    Bowling in a 9-pin tournament this Sat. First one i've done in about 25 years. What kind of 3 game series do you guys normally need to move on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by santos314 View Post
    Bowling in a 9-pin tournament this Sat. First one i've done in about 25 years. What kind of 3 game series do you guys normally need to move on?

    Depending how many people are in it, but I would think low 700s.

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    Around here in 9 pin no tap it usually takes somewhere around
    an 800+ series just to get into the money we had a mini no tap
    for our fun night last Thursday night and the low series was 820
    for 3rd place and high was 900 for 1st place.
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    My experience has been more similar to "got_a_300", usually need something in the high 700s/low 800s to make a cut/cash. But obviously that is highly dependent on the skill of the bowlers and the conditions.
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    That must have been with handicap or was that a scratch league?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALazySavage View Post
    My experience has been more similar to "got_a_300", usually need something in the high 700s/low 800s to make a cut/cash. But obviously that is highly dependent on the skill of the bowlers and the conditions.
    Sounds good, its been so long ago, i couldnt remember what i used to shoot. I know i move on a few tmes but never cashed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by manke View Post
    That must have been with handicap or was that a scratch league?
    Nope that was scratch no handicap of course it was 9 pin no tap so
    it's not like the winner bowled a real 900 series and you just can not
    beat a 900 series but it can be tied if you can throw 36 9 counts in a
    row and it is not a handicapped tournament. LOL!!!
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    That's preety good to throw 36 9 counts in a row !!!! lol

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