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8 Comments on “Will this ball be as great as the two bowlers it represents? | DUO by RotoGrip bowling | full Review”
Some surface might be the answer. I saw Belmo use this ball in NJ a couple of weeks ago and it seemed very over/under. He had a rough week as we know.
What’s up JR? I watch all of your review videos and I know the first angle doesn’t matter in a symmetrical ball but I notice you don’t always mention it and since it doesn’t matter, why mention a drilling angle in your layouts for symmetricals?
Some like to compare ball to ball and some visualize. Some know the lower the number the more the cg is kicked out usually. It’s just for reference
Really like the shape of this ball
Cool tech bowling bowling ball Jr Raymond
Not sure why you chose to do it, but in my opinion there isn’t really a reason to have all the graphics on the screen. We all know you’re bowler x and if you want to promote all the others a better option would be to flash them at the beginning and end of the video.
Love to see you compare this to the Zen and Fate. This would be a high rev guys “fun” ball on league conditions.
I kind of wonder on how you would play the lane on the Queens pattern.