Well you could argue it both ways.
But A.K. aren't you all about science. An explanation would be nice.
If opps is a palm bowler or two-handed bowler and the lanes are drier, wouldn't it stand to reason that the pattern and conditions were suited for his style of play especially with a plastic ball. It could've been the large amount of revs on the plastic ball that allowed the great amount of success or simply the pattern was perfect for his style of play and he was able to stay a smidge in front of the transition and carry-down. Also you have to take into account, he didn't use the plastic ball the entire time. He did mention that he determined his other balls to be too strong for the pattern he was on. Also perhaps his reactive ball(s) burned a line for him to use his plastic ball successfully on.
On the flip side, only bowling for about 5 and 1/2 months as palm or two-handed bowler, the ability to repeat consistent shots would definitely be something that one could doubt. As well as, opps' ability to read the lanes. He'd have to be very careful especially with a plastic ball that is pushing the oil down the lane instead of absorbing it like the reactive balls do.
opps, I'd ignore A.K. until he provides a supposed scientific explanation to his reasoning like he always does. Everyone gets that killer series. I believe you until I see or hear otherwise. Yesterday I got an 810 series through four games and I'm still not on top of the leader boards in my bowling class. And a good deal
of them have sloppy technique and are palm bowlers who are beating me and I've been at it for 2 years.