An outdoor game that is a combination of horseshoes, cornhole, and washer toss in one!
Inventors Josh J. Palmer of Willsboro, NY and Kenny Alterie of Peru, NY have created a throw and score game for all ages!
After many years of family reunions, cookouts, and camping trips where they played all sorts of outdoor games like horseshoes, cornhole, KanJam, and washers, Palmer and Alterie were inspired to create something new. They realized that while many outdoor games are fun, not everyone can play them, or theyve grown tired of them. In turn, they developed 21 and Done!
Boards are placed 40 feet apart and teams assemble into a 1-on-1 or 2-on-2 configuration with teammates on opposite sides. Play begins with one side throwing all the bags first, alternating throws. Points are determined by the numbers on the boards with the cut-out section being worth 5 points. Bags must touch the back of the board to count. Scoring happens with each set of throws. If both teams score the same number of points, they cancel each other out. Otherwise, points are added up and the team with the most points goes first throwing back down to their teammate. The first team to 21 points, without going over, wins! If a player goes over, they must go back the number of points they threw to go over. If a player throws first and gets the points needed, their opponent has the chance to throw and cancel the points. If a player scores 21 with the first bag and the other player doesnt tie or cancel with their first throw, the game ends. In the event of a tie, each player gets to throw their set of bags one more time and the team to score the most points wins!
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