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I shot big games with my Fatal Venom while I've had this ball, but either transition or timing got in the way of stringing good games together in a single night. Well, last night 10/13/2023 my Fatal Venom made my first 800 series, 269, 277, 269 seems really easy to achieve. Got Motivated!
The Fatal Venom has been a great ball when the lanes start to break down. Usually by the third or forth game when my other equipment is just too much. I will bring out the Fatal Venom and can Usually finish very well. This is definitely a ball that needs to be in your bag. Even if you're just looking for something with a lot cleaner finish on the backend. This ball has a really smooth finish when say my Blue Coral is coming in a little to strong on the back end. I would really recommend adding the Fatal Venom to your arsenal.
This is my 2nd ball from Motiv. (1st is Jackal Ambush) Had this ball now for almost 1 month so figured enough time has passed for me to get used to it. VERY 1st game out of the box I bowled a 237 with it. Ball is very good on dryer lanes. Now I just need to fill in the gaps on my balls.
My Fatal Venom is my go to ball when I need to create length or something sharp off the spot! This ball has a great bite that I can trust will hit the pocket with power! My go to ball later in blocks!!
The Fatal Venom is a great ball because it is much smoother on the back end when the lanes start to go away. When the oil is very light and or the friction is much higher, this is my go-to ball. If the bowling center that you are bowling at does not use a lot of oil, the Fatal Venom is the ball I would recommend. Hope this helps to make a decision on your next bowling ball.