2-4-6 Spare System – Part 2

2-4-6 spare system adjustment if the remaining pins are left of center:

If the 2-pin is the key pin, shift your aim 2 boards to the left.



If the 4-pin is the key pin, shift your aim 4 boards to the left.



If the 7-pin is the key pin, shift your aim 6 boards to the left.

Remember that the number of boards you move is relative to your strike arrow. For example, if you want to hit the 2-pin and your strike arrow is the 2nd arrow, or 10th board, then you will adjust your aim 2 boards to the left, to the 12th board.

2-4-6 spare system adjustment if the remaining pins are right of center:

When the remaining pins are to the right of center, the 2-4-6 spare system requires an extra step prior to making any adjustment to your aim. First locate the 10-pin line, which is the same line used when making a 10-pin conversion. Your new position should be adjusted relative to the 10-pin line. When using the 2-4-6 system, your aim shifts 2 boards to the left to hit the 6-pin, and to hit the 3-pin, you shift 4 boards to the left.

If the 10-pin is the key pin, shift to the 3rd arrow and find the board.



If the 6-pin is the key pin, shift your aim 2 boards to the left.



If the 3-pin is the key pin, shift your aim 4 boards to the left.