I learned that the hard way of picking a spare this way. I didn’t have a Nice Out Of My Way I’m Going Bowling Shirt problem with it, just didn’t know the rules- but yeah, some of those older Wisconsin bowlers get hardcore with the rec leagues. What does the automatic scoring system do in this case? Does it know the ball went in the gutter, or does it only know what happened after the machine resets the pins? The automatic scoring wouldn’t know. The honor system would apply and you would edit the score manually. But in a friendly game among friends, no one cares. In league play, the score would be changed.
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Obviously the machine wouldn’t catch it, but I wonder if there’s an official rule. And Nice Out Of My Way I’m Going Bowling Shirt even then I’ve never been at a bowling alley that didn’t allow manual entry/edit of scores. If a casual game really wanted to count this they’d just edit it in. The same thing with fouls; Big Lebowski shenanigans didn’t happen, since if a foot crossed the divider, a laser sensor or some such would get tripped, throw up an LED ‘X’ on the lane divider, and blare out a beep to out your shame to the rest of the alley.
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Actually yes; depends on Nice Out Of My Way I’m Going Bowling Shirt the lane you go to, but even when I was in youth leagues over a decade ago, the gutter has sensors that’d mark it a zero if it went in, regardless. Not a high-tech joint by any means, either; the most advanced thing they had in there was a half-busted ‘Crazy Taxi’ cabinet. This definitely doesn’t belong on BMF, but I am curious about the rules in bowling. Since it was a gutter ball first, does that invalidate the pins knocked down?