Anthony Neuer Converts the 7-10 Split During U.S. Open Stepladder Finals

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In the semifinal match of the 2021 U.S. Open, Anthony Neuer becomes the fourth player in PBA Tour history to convert the 7-10 split on television.

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49 Comments on “Anthony Neuer Converts the 7-10 Split During U.S. Open Stepladder Finals”

    1. I have kept seeing new name bowlers I have never heard before bowled on TV in the past year or 2 but this guy also never heard before who is a lefty like Jess Stayrook finally broke that long curse. Good luck to everyone else to try & do it on TV again which my prediction is that it would probably not happen again in the next 30 years like this one already broken.

  1. I watched him do this live my family was freaking out, for some pros who have been doing this for 20+ years could not have done this, but he comes out here at 18 and finishes it, wow.

    1. Has nothing to do with skill or talent. I see drunk recreational bowlers do it all the time. Just chuck it hard and hope for a lucky bounce

  2. There are many 7-10 split conversion videos you can find on YouTube, but this one is special.
    The 10th pin bounced on the bowling ball beautifully !

  3. I was watching in 1980 when Mark Roth converted the first 7-10 split, I missed the two in 1991, and I was watching today when this happened. It’s been a long 41 years.

  4. I bowl with him almost every sunday when we do tournaments. every one was going crazy when he made it at Chako’s. Congrats buddy

    1. He’s going to have soooo many interviews and questions asked about this golden moment. 😂 It will forever be shown on playbacks in future PBA telecasts, I’m sure.

    2. I didn’t know he bowled at Chakos but I’m not surprised being that Chakos is hands down one of the best bowling allies in Northeast Pennsylvania.

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    2. Carson, I’m convinced we have the same interest because I see you commenting on every single thing I watch haha

  5. So awesome! He may have lost the match, but he’s in the record books for life! That can and will never be taken away from him! Mark Roth, John Mazza, and Jess Stayrook, you have company! Imagine if fans were there, they would have exploded!

    1. Walter Ray Williams Jr lost his match too, when he converted the Big 4, which is ironically a more rare accomplishment on tv.

      The reason for this is a good bowler could slip up a little, hit it a little light, and leave the 7-10,

      while the Big 4 indicates something went terribly wrong with that shot!

    2. His dad also has a pba title (1994) and hold the record for the most USBC sanctioned 300s and 800s. Dude has almost 300 300 games lol

  6. This kid has game, split conversion aside. 18 years old and he made the toughest show of the year, and won a match too. Looking forward to what he does in the future.

    1. I bowl with him almost every sunday when we do tournaments. every one was going crazy when he made it at Chako’s. Congrats buddy

  7. Saw this on tv yesterday. He didn’t win the game but he made a little bit of history. Being the 4th professional bowler in history to pick it up the 7-10 split on live tv. I’d say it was the highlight of the game. I thought for sure, he was going to have an open frame. Boy was I surprised! Even though he lost, he still had a big moment! Congrats, Neuer, you should be very proud of yourself!

  8. 1st time since 1991 great shot that’s awesome to see 4th player ever to made the 7-10 and he is the youngest ever to do it. Well done making history.

  9. Great shot kid!!! I’ve made a 7-10 off camera myself and it’s a real thrill!!! Can’t understand why some misguided misanthrope would give this performance a thumbs down. Nothing but good vibes!!!

  10. He’s going to have _soooo_ many interviews and questions asked about this golden moment. 😂
    It will forever be shown on playbacks in future PBA telecasts, I’m sure.

    1. @abbsnn cose Yep. But look at the other 3:
      Mark Roth hits the 10 hard and straight, the ball sandwiches the 10 into the back wall and makes it ping around and karate-chop the 7, from the pit.
      John Mazza hits the 7 hard and straight, again sandwiches the 7 into the wall and makes it do a crazy tomahawk bounce across the edge of the lane into the 10. The 7 didn’t even _touch_ the pit.
      Jess Stayrook hits the 7 medium-hard with little hook on the ball, this time the pin bounces off the left wall and pit onto the edge of the lane and casually rolls into the 10.
      You know the rest. Goes to show you, there’s no real strategy to converting the 7-10. Just throw hard at one of the pins and hope.

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