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The bag should either be tossed into the hole or land on the board to get the score. When the bag falls through the hole, it worthy of three points. The bag can be tossed directly into the hole. It also can slide into the hole or be knocked into the hole by another bad. When the bag end on the board and it is still on the board at the end of the inning will get one point. When the bag touches the ground and comes to rest on the board, it is removed from the board prior to continuation of play. It will not get any point. Cancellation scoring is used in this case. In one version of it, the bag that falls in the hole and bags that land on the board will cancel each other out. it is also including the bags that land on the board that pitched by opponents during an inning. If one team lands two bags in the hole and one on the board for seven points and the other team lands one in the hole and two on the board for five points the first team’s score would be three, not seven anymore, while the second team will get one point.

It is because of both teams had one bag and in the hole and it cancels three points. One bag on the board will cancel one point for a total of four points cancelled from each team. If one team gets one in the hole and the other team gets three in the board, there would be no cancel point and both of the team will get three points. The team ties the game will go first. Is it same as in another version of the cornhole?