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Virtual Gravity
« on: December 31, 1969, 06:00:00 PM »
Ball NPS Score: 100.00
- Coverstock: R2X Solid Reactive
- Weight Block: Shape Lock HD (High Density) (14-16 pounds)
- Ball Color: Royal/Orange/Black All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown.
- Fragrance: Orange Mint
- Ball Finish: 4000-grit Abralon
- RG Differential: .046 (Medium) on a scale of .000-.080 Low Flare-High Flare
- RG Average: 2.48 (Very Low) on a scale of 2.43-2.80 Very Low-High Break Point
- Flare Potential: 6" Plus (High)
- Recommended Lane Conditions: Medium to Heavy Oil
- A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
- Description: The new Virtual Gravity™ is the latest endeavor using the well received R2X™ coverstock and the high performance Shape Lock HD™ (High Density) Core. The combination of the powerful Shape Lock™ HD Core and the gripping power of R2X™ coverstock create a very versatile ball which suits multiple styles and games on those medium to heavy volume patterns.
Coverstock Enhancements: Wider Footprint - Increased surface friction allows the ball to roll on the heaviest oil, consistent repeatable performance, ensures a more consistent break point on the longer oil patterns, and increased entry angle to the pocket. Synchronized Porosity - Regulating oil absorption increases longevity, easily maintained, maintains the surface profile longer than other reactive coverstocks.
Shape Lock™ HD: Core Density - Denser core develops earlier ball roll and less deflection through the pin deck. Core Shape - Revs up quicker and quicker revs help bowlers manage a constant break point.
Strong Mass Bias - Allows for fine tuning ball reaction, creates a powerful steering arm, and very fast spin time.



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Re: Virtual Gravity
« Reply #1 on: November 01, 2008, 02:45:09 PM »
Loving this ball so far. Very strong roll. Keeps pins extremely low.Pin placement is 4 from pap and rad is 5 from pap. This ball is very continuos with no sign of roll out.


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Re: Virtual Gravity
« Reply #2 on: November 02, 2008, 06:21:50 AM »
Receive  This ball to test Thanks Hank and Roger
Wow this is something that has been Missing for a long time  in  Storm line-up
The ball is called

The new Virtual Gravity is the latest endeavor by Storm using the well received R2X Solid Reactive Coverstock:
Adding an Combination of the Shape Lock HD-(High Density) Core.  
Gripping power of R2X Coverstock create a very versatile and user friendly ball,
Which should  suits multiple styles and games on those medium to heavy volume patterns.
Storm has developed a Wider Footprint,  
(Increased surface friction allows this ball to roll)  With consistent reaction and truer  performance,
Making for a  more consistent break point on the longer oil patterns, and increased entry angle to the pocket.
Using The method of:
 Synchronized Porosity - Controls oil absorption increases longevity,
 maintains the surface profile longer than other reactive Coverstock.

Shape Lock HD: Core Density - Is a Denser Core developments  to produce a earlier ball roll and less deflection through the pin deck. Core Shape - Revs up quicker
Ball Finish: 4000-grit Abralon  keeps the earlier reaction under controlled to give you a suitable distance thru the heads,
Eradicating serious early hook
 Hitting Power:
Is Strong and predicable with less deflection through the pin deck.
Core Shape - Revs up quicker and manage a constant break point.
I’m impressed  with the ball
I give it a rating of 10

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Re: Virtual Gravity
« Reply #3 on: November 02, 2008, 09:43:01 PM »
Storm Virtual Gravity

The Storm Virtual Gravity has the new R2X coverstock combined with the second generation Shape-Lok HD (lower RG) assymetric core. It's predecessor, the Gravity Shift was the same setup with a pearlised cover. This one is a solid reactive shell and the difference is striking. It makes a big hard move.

My Specs
I’m a RH cranker. 450+ RPM. PAP is 4½ across and 3/4 up. Ball speed is medium high at 18 mph.

Nothing fancy. The ball in question had 3.4 oz Top Weight and a 4½" pin. My Virtual Gravity is laid out in a medium length, strong arc drilling. Pin was laid out 60° from the PAP with a 45° Pin to PAL Buffer, MB 65° from the PAP. This puts the pin over my bridge with the MB just right of the thumb. Remember that layouts are relative to your Positive Axis Point (PAP). PBA fans will see Chris Barnes, Tommy Jones or Wes Mallott throwing similar layouts when seeking a strong motion downlane.

Precision layout and drilling were carried out at Bowler’s Edge

The cover stock is R2X solid, factory finished to a 2000 grit Abralon surface. Even at this level of smoothness, the movement off the break is pronounced. I haven't tampered with it yet, but may polish it up at some point.

R2X reads the midlane in an even more controlled fashion than it's predecessor (R2S). This gets the ball through the heads easily giving the Virtual Gravity ample punch in the backend. The colour is Orange, Black and Blue, which is very distinctive. (You'll love it or hate it immediately.) The orange/mint scent is quite pleasant and reminds me of something I'd like to drink on a hot summer's day.

I've only bowled this piece on Brunswick Anvilane with a 39ft tournament pattern. Here's how it went.

This ball is clean through the heads then becomes as my friend Chris Thomas describes “the first ball I've ever described as aggressive in the midlane.” The midlane reaction is highly pronounced and is followed by a ton of backend pop. I can't wait to see higher volumes with this piece. Even on this high friction pattern, the ball did not tire as quickly as I would have expected.

Like the Gravity Shift, the Virtual Gravity has that low RG ball strong impact. It just wallops the rack. When I get to a pattern with sufficient volume and length, I expect this ball to be just amazing.

I've drilled five of these for people now and everyone agrees that this is one big bit of kit. Going hard in the midlane and strong in the backend, the Virtual Gravity is an immense piece. (Think Dimension with a big move left on the approach.) While the R2X cover can be readily tweaked with sanding or polish for fine tuning, I would recommend saving this one it for use on slick shots when you want extra boards of hook or for high volume, long tournament patterns. If you're a cranker, use a long pin to PAP and avoid an extra hole as you may flare over it. It's that dynamic.

I can't wait to get on some real soup with this beast.

Jason Doust
Storm/Vise Amateur Staff

p.s. Update!

I put a coat of polish on this beast and was able to use it to circle the lanes at a local event on day 2. All of a sudden, the ball got through the heads with great ease and turned the corner really strong. I was concerned that the ball might wiggle downlane with the polished cover. I shouldn't have been.

Even shined up, I can honestly say I have never had such faith in a ball to turn the corner. The Virtual Gravity is the most trustworthy piece I have ever thrown when I needed to cover serious boards. This ball is the nut! )It will tell you when to put it away in no uncertain terms either.)

Jason Doust
Storm/Vise Australia Amateur Staff
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Re: Virtual Gravity
« Reply #4 on: November 06, 2008, 11:10:17 AM »
My PAP is 5 3/4 X 1/8 up .  Ball Speed average 17-18 MPH.  Rev rate around 375.

I drilled my Virtual with the pin 5" from my PAP, the CG 4" from my PAP and the Key 1" from my VAL.  I drilled a 1" extra hole near my PAP.  I also polished the ball with particle polish out of the box.

The ball came in the day before I left for our KY State tournament.  Both centers had a wood surface and pretty old wood surfaces at that.  The track area was between 5 and 10 and I would guess the patterns were about 38ft long.

The layout is my favorite layout and I have had several balls drilled this way.  The Virtual, much like the Shift, had a distinct sound when impacting the pins.  This ball is the most angular solid that I have seen from Storm, even more so than the Attitude Shift.  For me, it is as clean though the heads as my Dimension, but makes a stronger move at the break point.  Much like my Dimension, I think the Virtual will be much more to my liking with a 2000 pad finish.  That will give me more control at the breakpoint that I like.

I drilled my Hyroad with a 5 X 4 1/2 layout with a small extra hole near my PAP.  I left this ball with the original out of box finish.

I have a T-Road Solid and T-Road Pearl with this same layout.  Again, I took these to the KY State tournament and used them on the same condition as the Virtual.

There has never been a Storm Road ball that I did not like, and the Hyroad adds to that list of favorites.  It fits perfectly between my Solid and Pearl.  It is stronger off the break point than the Solid, but does not have as much jerk as the Pearl.  The Hyroad allowed me to move in as the lane broke down and the Solid would just not make the turn.  The Pearl wanted to over skid if I got it in and hook to hard if I got it out.  The Hyroad read that over/under much better and rounded off the breakpoint to create more room on the lane.  I cant wait to drill up another one of these.

I think the Virtual, with some surface adjustment will be a great ball for the Bradley Open here in KY.  I can wait to try it on some other conditions once I change the surface.

The Hyroad will be added to my favorite ball collection and I cant wait to drill up another one.

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Re: Virtual Gravity
« Reply #5 on: November 13, 2008, 07:12:24 PM »
high rev player, 17mph, 380-400rpm

   drilled this ball 60dg 5"x60dg, box finish P3 weight hole....

    ball is very early rolling, yet stores energy enough to be very angular on the backend. couldn't throw on a "house shot", but the ball performed very well on the shark pattern, great reaction with almost limitless hook potential. was 4 boards deeper with this ball then i could get with dimension, or break S75. pretty comparible with my sauce but flipped much stronger on the backend.

   overall good ball for anyone looking for a ball to roll early enough for heavy oil patterns and still be strong on backends.

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Re: Virtual Gravity
« Reply #6 on: November 16, 2008, 04:17:40 PM »
I drilled my Virtual Gravity with a 65° front angle, 5.25” pin to PAP, 35° back angle and a small hole an inch from my PAP toward the center of my grip.  This layout puts the pin about an inch above my ring finger and the mass bias about an inch left of my thumb (I’m a lefty).  Knowing that this ball was going to be pretty strong, I went with a weaker pin position hoping that I could use this ball on a wider variety of lane conditions.  To my surprise though, even with the weaker pin position this ball still flat out hooks.

On average, I would say that I need to be at least 4 or 5 boards deeper with my feet than I am with my Dimension that has a slightly stronger layout.  What is most impressive about the Virtual Gravity is where it hooks.  At 2,000 Abralon, this ball has no problem clearing the front part of the lane.  While revving in the midlane it still appears to float down the lane before making a huge move at the breakpoint.  This ball creates more angle at the breakpoint for me than just about any other ball I’ve ever thrown.  This leads to a very high carry percentage of light pocket hits.  Unlike a lot of other super strong, solid balls that are available today, the Virtual Gravity stores the majority of its energy for the backend where it just explodes.

Two things to be mindful of with this ball are surface maintenance and weight hole placement.  Like many coverstocks, the R2X coverstock does have a tendency to shine up fairly quickly.  So if you like the reaction you get at 2,000 or lower, it would be a good idea to freshen up the surface every 5 games or so.  And since this ball flares a lot, you need to be careful with where you put your weight hole.  Even with the weak pin position on mine, this ball flares 7+”.

If you liked the Dimension, but are looking for something a little longer and stronger at the breakpoint, look no further.  The Virtual Gravity creates more angle down the lane than just about any ball I’ve ever thrown, solid or pearlized.


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Re: Virtual Gravity
« Reply #7 on: November 18, 2008, 01:03:50 PM »
Truth be told, after throwing this piece around a slightly toasted house shot on wood, I was using more of the right side of the approach than the left.

Ball was drilled 4 X 4 with a 2" pin buffer (a favorite of mine with the Shift series). Pin is left and slightly above ring finger. Key is 1-1/4 inches left of thumb.

I left the box finish alone and once the ball picked up some lane shine, I got a better idea of its true potential. I was a little surprised the ball didn't hook at my feet the way I expected it to but this is a good thing. Even with all of its surface, the ball was clean through the heads as long as I didn't get too soft with the speed but at the breakpoint, WOW!!! The ball jumped off the spot and even though it looked like it had rolled out a little, the flare rings showed otherwise. This ball has a very continuous motion and sent pins flying even on some shots with poorer entry angles (due to some operator error) Even when I moved farther right, and tried to play some of the remaining fallback, this ball chewed through the oil and still made an aggressive move at the spot.

Like Riggs, this may not be a ball I can use day in and day out, but between the Virtual Gravity and the Dimension, tight house patterns and the longer Tour shots need no longer be feared.

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Re: Virtual Gravity
« Reply #8 on: November 19, 2008, 11:01:11 AM »
I would like to give my input on this new release! I tested this ball at the Storm Pro Shop show in Douglasville, GA yesterday and would like to thank Steve Todd and Ralph Solan for taking to time to show us there new releases. This ball was laid out with the pin below the ring finger and about an 1" right of the centerline with the Key about 2" right of thumb. The lanes had been oiled and you could play outside or inside with a little adjustment, so it wasn't a walled up shot just to make the ball look better or to hook more. This ball just didn't quit on the back and kept a very strong continuous move through the pocket. The hit and carry was phenomenal and the guys that were there that twisted on it had the world. If you're looking for a ball for heavier volumes of oil or even medium heavy will a little surface adjustment this is your ball! Just my $.02, Bruce
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Re: Virtual Gravity
« Reply #9 on: November 26, 2008, 09:00:26 AM »
Received my Virtual Gravity friday,came with a 2-2 1/2" pin, decided to drill it pin up just to the left of my ring finger, key around 1 1/2 inches right of my thumb. Threw it a few balls after I drilled it to make sure I could get out of it!( Just recently started drilling my own equipment!) Took it to league last night practiced with it and my Dimension, decided to throw my Virtual. Shot 277,289,279=845 out out the box. Ball is strong yet controllable. Two weeks ago in the same league used my Dimension to shoot 279trip for 837, did not have to move more than 3 boards but with the Virtual ended up moving 12 with my feet 5 on the lanes. If you are having second guesses about this ball don't, for a strong ball it is very controllable. Storm On!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Re: Virtual Gravity
« Reply #10 on: November 30, 2008, 05:42:59 PM »
Got a #15lb virtual gravity drilled with pin above the ring finger with weight hole added....considered a stroker with med ball speed.....bowled in two different was our travelling league that was wood with gaurdian heads..the oil pattern was 10 to 10 heavy and long oil in the middle with dry outsides...(wet/dry)...1st used a polished Dimension standing 18-19 with right foot out to the 8-9 board...reaction was ok but not great....switch to the virtual and had to move 2-3 boards left and kept the same target....ball would come back strong with very good carry

Next day bowled on synthetics normal house shot...same 2 balls...virtual was again  at least 2 boards stronger with more recovery from outside shots.....ball gets through the heads rather easily then picks up a change of direction back to the pocket around 40-45 can see the swirls on the ball when this happens and then WHAM!!....keep in mind the Dimension is symetrical and the virtual asymetrical and its easily noticeable


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Re: Virtual Gravity
« Reply #11 on: December 01, 2008, 09:46:30 AM »
See stats for profile. Drilled one to try out courtesy of Steve Todd, our overworked Storm/RG sales rep.

Lay Out: 5.25" from PAP over my bridge at a 55* angle. This would be a 55/5.25/30 dual-angle drilling. I have put a 7/8" weight hole on the axis to liven up the reaction in the midlane.

Surface: I have been leaving this at 4000abr which is box.

Purpose: To give myself a ball that could be used on longer and higher volume patterns. I also have been moving left and sending it across the 'puddle' on our house shot when the lanes have been more wet/dry on league night.

Initial Observations: This ball is the REAL DEAL! Big hook and big hit. I end up as much as 5-7 boards left of where I can line up with my Dimension on our house shot. I have to keep this inside on the puddle to get it to not burn too early and half ten since it is that strong. I used this is a Mixed Team Challenge and was high male qualifier on the 'modified' house condition they used (more volume in the middle). I just kept 3 -n- 2'ing left back into the slick the moment I left any sort of half-ten and was back to striking again. I have also used this on the PBA X version of the Scorpion. The PBA X version usually puts me right between the 2nd/3rd arrow with slower ball speed. I was able to move into what is normally the OB on this pattern on Pro Anvillane and that was the gutter. This ball read the lane and was an animal on pin carry at that angle to the pocket.

Final thoughts: This ball should be one of the best sellers of the second half of the season. Players will be able to move left deeper into the puddle on league conditions and get it back with the strong motion the balls supplies. I have to stop and think sometimes that I laid this out weaker than most of stuff as pin over bridge is 5.25" from my axis. This ball also comes out of the box semi-shined as 4000abr is close to the same as a white scotch brite pad(1200 grit). I can only imagine if I drilled another with a stronger pin in the 4.5 to 5" range (stronger for me) or even hit it with a more agressive surface like 1000-2000 abralon pad.

This is a solid release for Storm and should be one of the best balls of the '08-09' season. I can only imagine what these will be like on the lane at States and Nationals this year.

Also thanks to Steve Todd and Doene Moos for all of the help you have given me in the last year or so. The fact that these guys are willing to help out a nobody like me speaks volumes about what kind of company Storm/Roto Grip is and even more about how much these guys just flat out love the game and how Storm/Roto Grip treats their customers.

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Re: Virtual Gravity
« Reply #12 on: December 01, 2008, 05:29:31 PM »
When the promo came out for “Virtual Gravity” a word that was describing it was “WOW”. “Unbelievable". Etc.

As a staff member I have been lucky enough to throw it for over a month. Now   words like – “Wow”," unbelieible", are the understatement of the year.

The R2X solid reactive coverstock with the shape lock HD core makes this ball into the trademark the industry will have to follow.

Storm, a leader in the industry gets an A+ and to put this ball into the hands of the Storm Nation “The Bowlers Company” can only mean Tour wins and more strikes for the league bowler striving to be the best they can be.

I used a 3 x 4 drilling with a small hole on the pap with a 1 inch pin buffer above the ring finger.

This ball rolls early through the heads and midlane, but it doesn’t loose its’ aggressiveness as it rolls to the pocket.

I used it two weeks with its box 4000 finish the only problem was finding enough oil on  the various house shots. I threw it on a couple PBA experience patterns with it and you could do nothing but love the way this ball goes through the oiland strong to the pocket.

The last two weeks I have used the ball with a slight polished finish using Storm’s Reactive Shine. This gave me more options and the ability to more of the lane without sacrificing its’ aggressive force.

This ball has made its mark in the industry in just a few weeks.

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Re: Virtual Gravity
« Reply #13 on: December 03, 2008, 03:34:22 PM »
The Virtual Gravity is the newest edition to the Premier line. It features the R2X solid cover found on the Dimension, with the shape-lock HD core found in the Gravity Shift. I decided to use the same layout as my favorite Gravity Shift (pin over ring, key centered on grip line, and just below thumb no x-hole needed). After using the ball for a few weeks now, and many a surface changes later, I have found that this ball and drilling is about the most forgiving, and most versatile ball I have yet to roll. As of now, I have the cover at 4000 abralon (after cutting with step 1, then step 3 of Storm's surface management system). This is the same finish as I have on my Gravity. Let me first go back and describe the reaction of the ball with different surface preps.

Box: Clean through the heads of a freshly oiled lane with a very aggressive midlane read, and strong hard arch almost flip in the backend. Just chase the oil in, and adjust axis to make the corner, and watch the ball hook back from anywhere.

2000 abralon: I liked this finish on the Shark pattern going up second arrow. It gave me good control of the lane, and allowed me to break the pattern down, and slowly move in parallel as the heads broke down.

500 abralon: This ball became a monster!! I could only use it up five on the Shark, and only for a few frames as the ball seemed to get stronger in the backend as the cover started to get a little glazing on it.

And finally the cover I have on it now (4000 after highly shined with step 3)allows me the best reaction for the most variety of lane conditions. I can use this on league night (with volume up front), as well as go down seven on the Viper. I can chase the oil in, change to a little more axis rotation, and watch this ball corner better than any low RG solid I have ever rolled.

Virtual compared to Gravity with same drill and cover prep:
 With more of an end over end roll, reads quicker and smoother than the Gravity. I was 2/1 left of Gravity (standing on 23 targeting 16 @ arrows out to 7/8). When I moved the 2/1 right to stand at the same place as the Gravity (25/17), the ball cornered a little soft, as it spent it's energy trying not to skid to the same hook spot as the gravity. After altering my release a bit, the Virtual "woke up" in this part of the lane, and obliterated the rack leaving only 1 seven pin in 3 games. Using that same release, the gravity just would not make it back to the pocket from this part of the lane ( I needed to stay behind the Gravity more to allow it to pick up and not over skid).
Also comparing the two balls, the Virtual's foot print is wider, with the flare rings increasing their distance apart.

This is an excellent match of cover and core. This is also, in my opinion, the strongest ball that Storm as ever produced. It takes surface adjustments very well, and can be played from virtually any part of the lane. I see this ball as being the best solid asymmetrical ball of the 2008/2009 bowling season.
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Re: Virtual Gravity
« Reply #14 on: December 11, 2008, 12:45:00 PM »
If you don't have one yet, get one.  This ball absolutely is the best ball I have ever thrown and I have thrown a lot from all different ball makers.  Ok, so I have only had it for one night.  3 games of practice and 3 league games on a THS.  However, in my defense, there is High School Bowling Practice for 2 hours prior to our league, and some pre-league practice as well, so each pair already has some unpredictable breakdown and its different from LANE TO LANE.  

Anyways, this ball allows me to throw the ball the way I have always wanted to.  I can keep my ball speed up and I don't have to rip the cover off to get the ball to turn the corner.  With this ball, I am able to stay relaxed at the bottom of the swing and create the type of entry angle and power that I have never been able to.  Un-frickin-believable!

I got mine drilled at Big D's Pro Shop in Anchorage, AK by one of their Master Blaster Ball Gurus, Dougie Fresh.  Fresh and I went with a 5 inch pin just over my ring finger.  Mass Bias just to the right of my thumb.  I threw mine for the first time last night and shot my highest set of the year, 278, 253, 235, 766.  Threw it all three games and if not for two really bad shots in the 10th frame of game 2 and the third frame of game 3, almost everything was 10 back.  I left a blower 9 in the first game, a blower 7 in the 1st (fill ball), 2nd & 3rd game.  My first flat 10 came in the 9th frame of game 3.

I started with my feet on 28 and my target at 14.  So initially, I wasn't playing a lot of swing and I was in the heavier oiled part of the lane with a breakpoint in the dryer portion.  So I anticipated plenty of energy when this ball got to the breakpoint and thats exactly what I got.  Ball finished through the pins really hard.  During practice, I even sent a 1 pin across the deck so fast that if you blinked you would have missed it.  It was a great feeling not to have to tone down my ball speed to get the ball around the corner.  

By game 2, I hadn't really moved.  This was unusual.  With all the high school practice, league practice and 10 righties throwing a full game, there has to be some breakdown right?  And I had seen it among the other players, but it wasn't affecting me.  Weird.  I actually made an adjustment in the 10th to compensate for my four teamates throwing multiple strikes.  That came up light, so I moved right back to where I had been all of game 1.  Went front 6 AGAIN in the 2nd game until the ball finally checked up early in the 7th.  By this time, I new that I could make a jump because there was a nice wall inside 3rd arrow.  I invisioned that once I moved in deeper on the lane though, I would lose the entry angle and therefore, leave my first flat 10.  NOPE.  Moved my feet to 35 and played over 21.  Ball recovered just as it had in the beginning of the night.  Same power, same entry, same strikes.  If not for a spinner off the hand resulting in a bucket in the 3rd, everything was really flush in the pocket.  I threw 3 clean games.  Two 6 counts, a 9 pin, three 7 pins, and a 10 pin.  

With the Virtual Gravity, I am able to maintain my preferred ball speed without losing overall hook or entry angle.  This one is a gem.  I hope you can tell by my glowing review that I can't wait to hit the lanes for lunch today and on the Shark Pattern this Sunday.
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