2018 PBA50 Johnny Petraglia BVL Open Stepladder Finals

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The stepladder finals of the 2018 PBA50 Johnny Petraglia BVL Open feature Walter Ray Williams Jr., Bob Learn Jr., Michael Haugen Jr., Marty Berke and Ryan Shafer.

Originally webcast live on Xtra Frame May 8, 2018 from Farmingdale Lanes in Farmingdale, New York.

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23 Comments on “2018 PBA50 Johnny Petraglia BVL Open Stepladder Finals”

  1. Michael Haugen Jr was in the zone in 3 of his matches to win the johnny petraglia bvl open

    1. bL3d bL4k ..yea from the distant he looks about in his late 40’s. Up close he looks about 60

  2. Met Haugen randomly at Nationals in Vegas last year. Quick handshake but a real nice guy. Glad he won.

  3. There are 2 normal ways to make the 3-6-10, not 1. One with the ball and one ny hitting left side of 3 pin.

  4. Marty Berke: 237
    Ryan Shafer: 188

    Michael Haugen Jr: 224
    Marty Berke: 170

    Michael Haugen Jr: 244
    Bob Learn Jr: 194

    Michael Haugen Jr: 277
    Walter Ray Williams Jr: 195

    Haugen Jr Wins!

  5. This guy just can’t shut up about bowling balls. Good grief. Let it go buddy we don’t care about what balls they’re using.

    1. That’s not really true. I am interested in knowing not only what ball each bowler is using, but whether it’s drilled pin up or pin down, etc. Knowing the equipment they are using helps me appreciate how each bowler is managing the oil patterns and the transitions. It’s not like league night where most guys just fling down one ball all night.

  6. I swear that MHJ is better now on the PBA50 tour than he used to be on the regular tour. His execution and shot repeatability is as good as anyone’s. I guess the more challenging oil patterns they see on the regular tour, plus the crazy rev rate from guys like Tackett and all the 2-handers really makes a difference. You see him throwing these 260’s and 270’s games and it seems like he could bowl on the regular tour and still win, but he obviously doesn’t. Really impressive bowling every time I see him on the 50’s tour though.

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