Post by Steve King (Admin) on Dec 21, 2015 9:13:51 GMT -6
Official Cornhole Jr. Game Rules
(House rules may override these rules. These are only suggestions based on the game play for full size Cornhole game)
1.0 The Boxes
1.1 The box is designed such that they be rectangular, 2 feet in length and 1 foot in width. It shall be supported so that its upper surface, termed the playing surface, shall lie on a sloped plane with the back side held 6 ½” above the ground and the front side held 2” above the ground.
1.2 It shall be made of any material and shall yield a maximum deformation of 1/64” when 8 bags are stacked and placed on the playing surface.
1.3 There shall be a 3” hole, centered 4 ½” from the back and 6” from either side.
2.0 The Bags
2.1 There shall be 8 bags, 4 of one color and 4 of another color.
2.2 Each bag shall be a finished size of approximately 3” by 3” and weigh 1 oz.
3.0 The Setup
3.1 Two boxes shall be set up such that their fronts face each other and their hole centers are 15 feet apart.
3.2 There exists an imaginary line that continues in either direction from the front of the playing surface, termed the foot foul line.
4.0 Game Play
4.1 Two teams of two people, termed partners, shall play. Partners shall stand at opposite boxes on the same side, from the perspective of a third person, and face each other, so there is no advantage given to one team.
4.2 Each team shall have 4 bags of one color.
4.3 All 8 bags begin at one end.
4.4 A coin flip shall determine who has honors in round one.
4.5 One of the partners on the team who has honors shall begin play by throwing a bag at the opposite box.
4.6 A player may throw from anywhere behind the foot foul line.
4.7 Game continues by alternating throws between the two opponent players until all 8 bags have been thrown.
4.8 If a bag hits the ground then bounces up onto the board, that bag shall be taken off the playing surface.
4.9 Refer to section 6 for scoring and honors.
4.10 The next round starts when the other player on the team, which has honors, throws their first bag.
4.11 The game continues until one team reaches 21 or more points.
5.1 A foul occurs when any of the following happens.
5.1.1 A players foot goes past the foot foul line, termed a foot foul.
5.1.2 A player goes out of turn.
The player who caused the foul loses the throw when the foul occurred and the bag shall be removed if it landed on the playing surface.
6.1 The score shall be taken after all bags have been thrown for a round.
6.2 Points shall be given as follows.
6.2.1 Three points for a bag that goes through the hole.
6.2.2 One point for a bag that is on the playing surface.
6.2.3 One point for a bag that is hanging into the hole.
6.2.4 One point for a bag that is hanging off the edge but not touching the ground.
6.2.5 Zero points for a bag that is on the playing surface, but also touching the ground.
6.2.6 Zero points for a bag that is hanging off the front edge and is resting on a bag that is on the ground, unless the bag on the ground can be removed without making the hanging bag fall to the ground, then one point is given.
6.3 Each team is given a round score according to section 6.2. The team with the highest round score, adds the difference of the two scores to their game score.
6.4 The team who wins the round is given honors to throw first in the next round.
6.5 If both teams have the same round score then the game score stays the same and honors stays with the team who had it the previous round.
6.6 The following is a possible scoring turn:
1st throw: Team A throws and it lands on the ramp, team B throws and it goes through the hole. 2nd throw: A goes through hole, B lands on ramp. 3rd throw: A lands on ramp knocking team B’s 2nd throw into hole, B lands on the ground. 4th throw: A lands on ramp, B lands on ramp knocking A’s 1st throw onto ground. A gets 5 pts and B gets 7 for the round, so B adds 7-5 = 2 pts to their game score and has honors for the next round.
Post by Steve King (Admin) on Jun 23, 2015 11:46:29 GMT -6
Unfortunately I would have to disagree with you. MANY, well, let me rephrase, ALL sites state the same thing, and I quote: "When multiple pins are knocked down they score 1 POINT PER PIN. If only one pin is knocked down, the player scores the number ON THE PIN." -- admin
Post by Steve King (Admin) on Jun 23, 2015 11:32:14 GMT -6
Old school Jarts (Lawn Darts) with the metal tips are illegal to sell. That INCLUDES parts. The government will NOT come to your home and arrest or scold you if you are playing with them, however keep in mind if there is an accident with them, and you are playing with them, you may be held accountable and a lawyer for the other party would have a field day with the law from the ban on their side. However, the CSPC will shut you down if you attempt to sell them. As admin, I can vouch for that. You don't want to deal with that headache. The ban has been in place for a few decades now and they will follow through tracking down those within the states selling them.
Post by Steve King (Admin) on Jan 5, 2015 14:38:20 GMT -6
My name is Kevin Texeira, owner of Shore Creation, LLC and I would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to RampShot. This is a brand new outdoor game filled with amazing catches and awesome tosses. Our newly founded company, Shore Creation, LLC is owned by two friends who wanted to create a game to keep more players active.
Unlike any other backyard game, RampShot involves 3 players in every single turn. You can shoot and catch for points or create steals for extra turns. Please check us out at www.RampShot.com. Our site is complete with video highlights and How-To videos.
Post by Steve King (Admin) on Dec 6, 2014 12:24:18 GMT -6
Old coin toss game from Australia called TWO-UP
Australians have an unusual way of honoring their nation's war dead: They flip coins and bet on the outcome.
For years, the problem was that it had been technically illegal for many Australians to maintain a tradition that mimics how World War I troops entertained themselves in the trenches or on battleships, even though Australia is home to some of the region's biggest casinos and billions of dollars are gambled there every year.