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Duckpin bowling, commonly found in the Baltimore area, is a popular variation of ten pin bowling.

In both cases, there are ten pins, arranged in a triangle, which the player tries to knock down with a ball. In duckpin bowling, the player gets to roll three times per frame; In ten pins the player gets two rolls.

There are special points awarded for strikes and spares.