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 Post subject: Oil pattern strategy
 Posted: Sun Jun 25, 2017 3:19 pm Post Number: #1 Post
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Attached 2 pattern, with both 40ft, curious what's the difference in line play and/orAny surface change needed from one to the other? Between them, is it like a huge difference or are the patterns almost the same? Normally, my club is using the ABT #2, but there is a tournament 2weeks later, wondering what should I prepare for. THANK YOU


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 Post subject: Re: Oil pattern strategy
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ABT 2 is a high ratio house shot.

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from 8-13 out to 6-9 depending on friction with surface to begin with and the transition is anyones guess depending on how other play them.

if everyrhing gets nasty in the beginning there might be a shot playing the gutter. only four loads on the 2-2 so depending on house the gutter might play


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Sorry I didn't make myself clear, I mean my house usually play abt2 but now they have the ABF medium on the tournament, how does the lane different? What should be prepare for? Thanks

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JerryLau wrote:
Sorry I didn't make myself clear, I mean my house usually play abt2 but now they have the ABF medium on the tournament, how does the lane different? What should be prepare for? Thanks

The Abt2 has almost a 10:1 ratio which as Eric said is a high volumne house shot. You have 10 times more oil to the left of you so when you tug a ball, it will skid into the pocket. The tournament pattern is close to a 3:1 ratio. This will show your mistakes easier. When you tug a ball, it will not hold to the pocket as easily. Switching from a house shot to a sport shot will decrease the target area and put more emphasis on accuracy.


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In this thread I think we should watch the house vs sport video again:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JmJS0xi ... ature=plcp
http://wiki.bowlingchat.net/wiki/index. ... ng_Layouts

Be prepared to spare mutch om the AMF pattern. When you strike, you have done a perfect frame.


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