Dramatic PBA Match Endings III

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The series that brought thousands wanting more is finally back! Welcome to the third installment of the legendary series that formed the channel in its early days. This episode features matches from the 2010 era with some lesser known matches. More well-known matches such as Belmonte vs. Butturff during the 2019 World Championship will be seen next time. This video will also mark a 100% 1080p60 video experience on Bowling Planet to make sure all videos look great starting from sitting on the drawing board to being released to the world!

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0:00 – Intro
0:22 – 2011 PBA Playoffs: Championship Match (Allen v. Barnes)
2:46 – 2010 GEICO Plastic Ball Championship (Williams v. Ziesig)
4:09 – 2010 PBA World Championship (Koivuniemi v. Haugen)
5:48 – 2010 USBC Masters (Jurek v. Hess)
7:59 – 2010 Pepsi Red, White, and Blue Open (Williams v. Garber)

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30 Comments on “Dramatic PBA Match Endings III”

  1. What an another incredible premiere. Well done Bowling Planet. Thank you very much for giving me a big shoutout in the Live Chat. 😊👍❤️❤️👍😊

    1. Also wonder why he would say that when literally the frame before his ball had like no hook movement whatsoever, it was almost a perfect straight line toward the pocket on the ball before lol.

  2. I have never seen someone do the one step approach or basically go that slow and still manage to do that accuracy. Props to Garber. 😀 Thanks for the video man. 😀

  3. 7:31 Wow, I wouldn’t be celebrating that early. That could have gone south if he left anything more than 1 pin up. The emotion would definitely throw off his spare shooting!

  4. What a classy move by Jurek who has all but lost a major to tell his opponent to calm down before the 2nd ball in the tenth.

    1. Exactly what I was thinking. And he just threw two bad shots and had a bad break leaving the 7-10. Class act all the way!

  5. You should do a compilation of the funniest things said by Rob Stone. That would be hilarious!

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