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Registered: Jan 2008
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Which oil pattern, in your personal opinion, is the highest scoring?
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Registered: Feb 2008
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Location: Montreal, QC. Canada
Cheetah... 35' of possibilities. You can play that pattern any way you want.

But this really should be under the "Bowling" heading.
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Registered: Feb 2008
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Location: Orlando Florida
s2dio wrote
But this really should be under the "Bowling" heading.


true since this IS about bowling evo... should it be under the topic ABOUT bowling evo not this 1?
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I hadn't even thought of that... I just figured he meant in real life.

I haven't notice much difference between the oil patterns on the game... Except when you give it a drastic change... Like from Cheetah to the ToC patterns.
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I'm guessing ToC is hard?
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IRL... Sort of... The ToC pattern is 50'. 80%+ of the lane is covered in oil, so you have to play it pretty straight.

If you're used to playing down the 5-10 board, then giving it a late hook... It'll suit you. But if you're a cranker used to playing to 30+ board, you're going to have to adjust to a BIG step to the right.
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Registered: Feb 2008
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Location: Maricopa, Az
Well the US Open ain't exactly the easiest pattern either.

However in terms of this game, I only notice a huge difference within the middle of the lanes on the game, as to the length of the oil in the middle and the amount used. But mostly the game doesn't really change all that much.
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s2dio wrote
IRL... Sort of... The ToC pattern is 50'. 80%+ of the lane is covered in oil, so you have to play it pretty straight.

If you're used to playing down the 5-10 board, then giving it a late hook... It'll suit you. But if you're a cranker used to playing to 30+ board, you're going to have to adjust to a BIG step to the right.


I bet I could get my Inferno to hook 8)
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Average - 180 - that's also having only played on PBA shots, and/or sport shots during practice. I am unaware of my THS average
High Game - 278

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Columbia 300 White Dot

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New Dexter SST8's
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Registered: Sep 2007
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Location: New York
I think Coastlover420's House Shot is the easyest pattern in BE, and similar to the cheetah you can play it many diffrent ways and there's a lot of room for error. The thing with the cheetah is it's short so thrers no hold area only 35Ft, unlike the house having pounds of oil applyed to the center longer at 40Ft. they are both bumper bowling patterns but the house is easyer because theres more room for error.
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my fav is shark main 1 i use
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16 years old
Saturday morning Scratch League avg - 205 (Sport Shots, Finished)
Sunday travel league avg - 215 (Received high avg award)

high series: 792 ( 244, 280, 268 )
high games-300! (01/31/09 I was 15) 278(3 times), 279(18 times)

My Gear-
Hammer: BW Sting
Ebonite: Evolve
Ebonite: Bash
Ebonite: Total Nv
Ebonite: Raid
Ebonite: Striking Motion
Ebonite: Playmaker
Ebonite: Maxim Capt Fireball
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Registered: Dec 2007
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Location: Florida USA
I always do good on sport shots or something I make
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Average - 180 - that's also having only played on PBA shots, and/or sport shots during practice. I am unaware of my THS average
High Game - 278

Arsenal:
Storm Virtual Gravity
Storm Rapid Fire Pearl *NEW*
Columbia 300 White Dot

Shoes:
New Dexter SST8's
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Registered: Sep 2007
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Location: New York
The cheetah and the house are pretty much the same in scoring pace, but the house pattern is more forgiving.
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High Game:279
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PBA Experiance League High Series:560 (201 169 190)
House League Avg:206
PBA Experiance League Ave:164
Arsenal:
Strom Garvity Shift 1500-Grit Polished
Brunswick Twisted Fury Resurfaced and Dulled 1000-grit wet sand for long patterns.
SpareBall: Brunswick Pepsi Viz (Polyester)
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