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01-19-2010 , 02:34 AM
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02-04-2010 , 06:56 PM
in all prop bets make sure you clarify the rules. but since you didnt the bet was if the pin got knocked down by sed bowler. you win the bet hands down
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02-04-2010 , 07:07 PM
Walter Ray Williams, Jr. (born October 6, 1959 in Eureka, California) is one of the top-ranking professional ten-pin bowlers in history. He currently holds the record for all-time PBA career titles (46) and total PBA earnings (over $4,000,000 through 2008).[1] He has won at least one PBA title in each of the last 17 seasons. He starred in the ten-pin bowling sports documentary A League of Ordinary Gentlemen. He is also a six-time world champion in the game of horseshoes.

Williams is a six-time PBA Player of the Year (1986, '93, '96, '97, '98, 2003) which is tied with Earl Anthony for the most Player of the Year awards. He has won a record eight Bowling Writers Bowler of the Year awards and is also the all-time leading money winner on the PBA Tour.[1] He is tied with Earl Anthony with the most PBA money titles (six). He was the first bowler in history to surpass $2 million in career earnings, achieving this in 1997. With his win in the 2003 U.S. Open, he also became the first $3 million career winner; and became the first $4 million career winner in 2008. Williams also has the highest monetary winnings in a single season, with $419,700 during his 2002–03 season.[2] He has also won six World Horseshoe Pitching titles. He was invited to pitch horseshoes at the White House with President George H. W. Bush in 1989.[3] He finished 2nd in the 2005 World Horseshoe Pitching Championships.

On September 24, 2006, Williams eclipsed Earl Anthony's career record of 41 PBA regular tour titles with his win of the Dydo Japan Cup (and 42nd PBA tour title) over Pete Weber in a 289–236 single game pinfall.[4] Williams has been known as "Deadeye" because of his accuracy in both bowling and horseshoes.[5] He is known for several PBA achievements:

Record highest season spare percentage (88.16%, 655/743; 2004–05) and single-pin conversion percentage (100%, 475/475; 2005–06)
Second-best strike (68.21) percentage and match play average (235.23).[2][5]
Record number of career television appearances (172 through the 2008–09 season), most television appearances in a season (15 in 1993), most consecutive television appearances 5 (2x; 2000, 2001)
Most final match appearances (89, through the 2008-09 season)
Tied for most major titles in a season (two in 2002–03)
Most games bowled in one season (1300 in 1993)
Highest pinfall in a nine game series (2,367; Tucson, AZ, 2004)
Most 300 games in one tournament (4; Mechanicsburg, PA, 1993)[2]
Seven-time winner of the George Young High Average Award and Harry Smith Points Leader Award (most all-time for each award)[5]
First and, so far, only PBA player to convert the 4-6-7-10 split on television
In the 2007–08 season, at age 48, Walter Ray established the second-highest average in PBA history for a single season — 228.34. Only Norm Duke's 2006–07 mark of 228.47 is higher.[6][7] Through the 2008–09 season, he has bowled 77 career 300 games in PBA competition.[5]

Upon winning the 2009 Motor City Open championship, Williams has now won a PBA tour title in a record 17 consecutive seasons, two years more than Earl Anthony's 1970–84 run.[8]

In August 2008 Walter Ray joined Team USA to participate in that year's FIQ World Men's Championships in Thailand. For the first time professionals were allowed to compete in this truly international event with over 330 participants from 56 countries. Walter Ray was the most successful bowler, winning 4 medals: Gold in Masters, Gold in Singles, Gold in Team and a Bronze medal in Trios.[9]

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02-04-2010 , 07:21 PM
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02-04-2010 , 08:16 PM
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02-04-2010 , 09:08 PM
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02-04-2010 , 09:22 PM
Shall I compare thee to a game of bowls?
Thou art more lovely and more temperate:
Rough winds do shake the bowls on the lawn,
And summer's lease hath all too short a date:
Sometime too shiney is the bowl,
And often is its gold complexion dimm'd;
And every fair from fair sometime declines,
By chance or nature's changing course untrimm'd;
But thy eternal bowling championship shall not fade
Nor lose possession of that fair thou owest;
Nor shall bowling brag thou wander'st in his shade,
When in eternal lines to time thou improves as a bowling player:
So long as men can breathe or eyes can see,
So long lives this and this gives life to thee.
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