Two pins, one directly behind the other.
On an apparent perfect hit, a pin is left standing.
A pocket hit when the headpin is barely touched by the bowling ball .
When the 6 pin bounces off the right kickback and knocks down the 10 pin.
topping the ball
When the finger positions are on top of the ball instead of behind or to the side at release.
The path of the bowling ball that is rolled most often; also the path on the lane where the ball is rolled most often.
Obtaining three strikes in a row .
The 2 pin knocks down the 4 pin after bouncing off the kickback.
Obtaining three strikes in a row. Interchangeable with triple.
The hand and wrist action toward the pocket area at the point of the ball release.