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Bowler Uses Strange 2-Handed Motion, But There’s Not A Pin That He Can’t Hit

by Johanna Silver
Johanna is a writer who lives, works, and volunteers in New York.

Bowling is super fun, but most people probably partake in it twice a year, if that.

Since we play so infrequently, it takes us a while to get in the groove every single time — a lot of balls go straight into the gutter.

But there are also those rare individuals who are actually good at bowling, and play in leagues to perfect their game.

And when you have an actual bowling ability, your likelihood of bowling a perfect game increases.

This means that you manage to score a strike every single roll; no pin is left un-toppled.

To perpetual bowling beginners, this seems like an unreachable feat, unless you’re this grandma.

But for Ben Ketola, it’s something that can be achieved literally in seconds. 

A video of Ben was recently posted on Syracuse.com — and it has to be seen to be believed. 

Using a peculiar two-handed motion, Ben flings bowling balls down 10 separate lanes and gets strikes in 12 straight attempts.

The whole “game” takes less than two minutes and ends with a perfect score. 

There is no doubt that Ben’s game took whole a whole lot of patience and practice. It definitely inspires me to try and get as good at something as he is at bowling down pins!

Check the cool bowler clip out down below and don’t forget to SHARE it with friends and family on Facebook.

Footage provided courtesy of Syracuse.com

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