It may also be known as “corn toss”, “bean bag toss”, “baggo”, or “bags”, but true players passionately call it by its real name, cornhole. It’s great family fun and is an addictive game you will not want to stop playing once you start.
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What happens if you go over 21 in cornhole?
The game ends when one person or team reaches 21 points. Therefore, it’s ok to go over 21.
How far apart do boards need to be?
Regulation size 24″ x 48″ boards should set 27 feet apart from front to front of the boards.