Osku Palermaa turns a 3-pin into a 10-pin

Osku Palermaa thought he struck, but the 3-pin stood back up in the 10-pin's spot.

From the 2015 PBA Xtra Frame Maine Shootout at Bayside Bowl in Portland, Maine.

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10 Comments on “Osku Palermaa turns a 3-pin into a 10-pin”

  1. Worked in a bowling alley for years and never saw that happen saw a lot of weird out of range pins but wow just wow.

  2. The pin that was supposed to have been defeated is back!?

  3. If a pin falls in the channel, stands back up, and is NOT counted as a strike…..well than a ball that pops out of the channel and hits a corner pin SHOULD be ruled a spare

  4. If the ball pops out of the gutter to hit a pin its not counted and needs to be corrected, so why the hell should this not be counted as a strike?

  5. I am currently 28 years old and have been hanging around bowling alleys for 20 years of my life along with my current job of working at a bowling alley and I have NEVER in my life seen something this crazy.

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