We asked Brunswick Team England Women's Coach Jon Zadel for
his thoughts on the patterns and how to find a reliable scoring line in
the cold conditions inside Bowling City's bowl:
" It is important to line up for the hold area on this pattern with stronger ball cover stock. The majority of players play through 17/18 board at the arrows to between 10 - 13 board at the break point. On this pattern you can gradually move left and the pattern develops with a stronger earlier rolling ball. As this transitions more a ball change to something longer and stronger nettcasino on the back opens the lane up allowing for free online casino games better carry. A variety of pin casino sicuri placements are being used but the key is they match up with the player. Lisa is using strong pin-up layouts on this pattern. Hayley Rumkee is using a slightly weaker pin-down layout as her speed is slower".
"Key to this pattern cassino online is a stable/smooth ball reaction. You need to control the ball as it comes of the back of the lane. The shot is also much further right but this pattern can be play casino online attacked from multiple angles in this area. Some players are playing 10-11 board at the arrows to 5-8 at the breakpoint and others are going 5-7 at the arrows to 5-7 at break point. The shot further right requires a shinier/tamer ball motion with more ball speed. This shot does not give as much room for error but the carry percentage is much higher. The one further in allows for more area but sacrifices carry. This allows for more varied ball choices some throwing medium to stronger balls. Lisa is throwing the ball she changed to during the singles on the long pattern as it smooths out her reaction as it comes off the oil on this pattern. Hayley R is throwing weaker balls/pin positions with a 2000 avalon surface".