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edpup316

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Re: Lord Field Blizzard Blast
« Reply #1 on: August 01, 2019, 10:33:36 AM »
I've been going to the USBC Nationals for quite some time now and you're not starting out D/S playing 15 to 5 or even 17 to 5 like in those shots. I can't play that line from the start and we have about the same revs and speed. I haven't seen anyone else starting there either. I get that it's a completely different surface and oil I'm sure, but you're not playing that line to start. Burnt pattern yes, but not fresh.
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edpup316

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Re: Lord Field Blizzard Blast
« Reply #2 on: August 01, 2019, 11:50:45 AM »
I've been going to the USBC Nationals for quite some time now and you're not starting out D/S playing 15 to 5 or even 17 to 5 like in those shots. I can't play that line from the start and we have about the same revs and speed. I haven't seen anyone else starting there either. I get that it's a completely different surface and oil I'm sure, but you're not playing that line to start. Burnt pattern yes, but not fresh.

I don't know what to tell you sir. When I bowled Syracuse, I started 3 or 4 boards right of where I am here and that was with a symmetrical ball at 1000. To me it felt accurate. This house hooks a lot. The proprietor puts down 28mls and the lanes are still pretty fire. While the motion my not be an exact representation the lane was still pretty tight I got lucky on a couple they I throw out a little but my speed was just low enough to make it back. I'll try to do a comparison on a house shot next time. It's tough though with all the  parties they have on weekends.
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