The reaction is the end result of good foundation, good fundamentals. It is kind of hard to judge the result without seeing the rest of the shot. But if all you want is a ball reaction judgement, then I will add my two cents. The ball looks weak entering the pocket. All of the pins are falling down, but I would like to see what the rest of your shots look like, not just the strikes. What happens on the rest of the shots? Are all of your shots in the pocket or do you commonly leave a lot of left side pins? Do you leave a lot of weak ten pins? The way your ball was entering the pocket, I would suspect a lot of weak ten pins. The axis rotation looked weak. Like you come around the ball too much or maybe not in the dry part of the lane enough.
When I am bowling well, I don't leave a lot of ten pins at all. If I have a ton of ten pins, then I know my ball is rolling out upon entering the pocket. Watch your ball as it rolls off of the pin deck. When the ball deflects to the right and goes off the pin deck heading to the right, you know the ball deflected a lot.
As long as all the pins leave the deck, I wouldn't worry about it. When you start leaving pins, then you worry about it. Watch what pins you leave and how your ball acts as it comes in contact with the pins. Watch the 6 pin and see what it does. Watch your ball and see how it loses axis rotation. Does it drive through the pins or does it die and the pins trickle down?
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