Jason Belmonte converts back-to-back massive splits

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Jason Belmonte converts two nearly impossible splits on ESPN while on his way to winning back-to-back USBC Masters titles.

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40 Comments on “Jason Belmonte converts back-to-back massive splits”

  1. Amazing, I don’t have enough revolutions on the ball to leave the 347910, but that also means I don’t have enough revs to cover that mess either. 

  2. I don’t know about two “nearly impossible” splits…difficult yes, but nearly impossible no…but to do it back to back in that type of situation on that stage is pretty amazing.

  3. That second split was one of the greatest split conversions I’ve ever seen, other than that big 4 conversion by Walter Ray Williams Jr.

    1. @Rodney Benbow I’m no pro by any stretch. Far from it! But I’ve bowled enough games to be lucky enough to pick up the 6-7, 4-10, 6-7-10, 4-7-10, a Greek Church, the Big 4, and even a Sour Apple. I don’t think I’ve had the pleasure of throwing at Belmo’s 2nd leave.

    2. @Brian McGrath I had a split similar to that. Mine was the 3-4-6-7-10 and I lucked up and made it when the 3 pin bounced out and knock over the 4 and 7.

  4. I actually left and picked up a 3-4-6-7-9-10 a few weeks back; it was also a two-handed strike attempt that left the spare, but I picked it up one-handed. Light spare hit left the 8, but with all those pins to mix around, I had a messenger.

  5. That first split I converted lots of times, the second one, never. And Ciminelli displayed great sportsmanship when he picked it up.

    1. Not very often that you see this behavior in sports where, when your opponent accomplishes something so difficult that you can’t help but congratulate them DURING the competition itself. Awesome to see.

    2. I’ve converted a couple of splits similar to the 2nd one. It wasn’t easy, though. I had a plan for how to take it out, but I still wasn’t 100% sure it was going to work.

  6. What’s even more amazing than the back-to-back conversions is the fact that you can slice through that rack of ten pins and only take out four.

    1. Lol for everyone not knowing how only getting a 4 count through the nose is possible, must not bowl much… 😂

    2. I don’t remember who it was but it’s somewhere here on YouTube. But a guy cut through and only took out 2 or 3 pins and then on his spare shot went perfectly through the hole again taking out 0😂

    3. @Josh Guelcher That’s normal bc the ball come into the pin with an angle, making the hole “bigger”
      Pros leave it all the time too

  7. belmonte been the man last ten yrs and he’s not slowing down. a couple guys are finally giving him good competition but he’s number One for a reason!

  8. What’s also amazing on the conversion of the second split, the 4 came off the wall to take out the 7, but if it hadn’t, the 9 sliding straight over would have.

    1. That would’ve been the coolest! Send one pin over to knock out the 4 and another pin over to knock out the 7.

  9. I didn’t looked many videos of professional bowling, but the last day’s I`ve seen some videos with Jason Belmonte and as someone, who don’t know these professional bowlers, I can say I love the way how Belmonte throws the ball, with both hand’s xD

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