While you are at it, you should just pull the tilt out of the game and put it on 5 ball. Then, it will be absolutely nothing like actually playing real pinball.
If your goal is to be good at pinball to put up a great score or achieve a certain goal, I hate to tell you that you need to plan to always have a great game, no matter what happens on ball one. If you just restart until you have a good ball one, it just means that you have zero confidence or determination when playing pinball. Actually quite sad.
If you don’t care about the score, then just unplug the display(s) in your game and you can just play and guess how well you are doing. That doesn’t sounds like much fun...
If I would follow your plan, I would have quit my best game I have ever had on Harlem Globetrotters ever with 7,000 points. (Ended with 2.8 million, nearly rolled it three times.). It was one of the most memorable moments I’ve ever had playing pinball and I would have not even experienced it at all following this baby “I had a bad ball one” nonsense.