Following in the footsteps of and , Rechtin decided it was time to eliminate some of the skill needed to win at Cornhole, a fairly simple game where small bags of corn kernels or beads are tossed through a hole in an angled board. Simple to explain, but hard to win, until now. Unlike Rober or Wightons projectile tracking creations, however, Rechtin wanted his hacks to be as cheap as the game itself is, which often doesnt require building materials more expensive than scrap plywood. So instead...

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