Sitting Out a Hand
 

Here is a variation of Wonging that works. Every once in a while, sit out a hand or hands and join in again when you feel like it. Of course the hands you sit out should have negative counts. Nobody seems to care if you sit out a few hands. If you sit out too many, the dealer or a boss might ask you to give up your seat to someone else who wants to play. Sitting out an occasional hand with a negative count is a winning technique. You might say something like "Maybe we will sit out a hand to change the order of the cards." we have never tried sitting out 100% of the negative counts.

And of course if the count goes too negative too early but you want to stay at that table because of good penetration or whatever, you will probably feel the need to go to the rest-room. Come back to the table just as the dealer is shuffling.

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