Matthew Russo and Chris Barnes Both Have the Front Nine in PBA Colorado Springs Open

Matthew Russo and Chris Barnes both have the first nine strikes during Round of 24 qualifying at THE STORM CUP: PBA Colorado Springs Open. Here are their 10th frames as they attempt to get inside the next cut.

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12 Comments on “Matthew Russo and Chris Barnes Both Have the Front Nine in PBA Colorado Springs Open”

    1. no. he was testing a ball because he’d cost himself more pins if he did it first frame of the next game.

  1. Smh, Barnes seen his ball go high on the first shot and didnโ€™t make the adjustment. Could have taken the extra pins!!

    1. @Tyler M Correction on that last statement, they are 1000 times better than you buddy. Donโ€™t get mad at me, get mad at him for going high and then making the adjustment by going for a strike shot and not his spare. Thatโ€™s his fault!

    2. Disagree. He was seeing if its time to do a ball change adjustment. It could cost him more pins if he tests the ball in the first frame of the next game. Seems like a smart move in the grand scheme of things.

    3. The first shot was over 10 the second shot was over like 8.5, just not as good a shot the second one

    1. If you’re talking about using two hands you need to get over yourself, Jason Belmonte is the best bowler in the world and that’s pretty much undisputed now. And it’s not changing anytime soon.

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