Wong the Wabbit!
Sounds like an Elmer Fudd opera.
Our esteemed leader of this site, Stanford Wong, is credited with the concept of entering a game when the count is sufficiently positive, and departing it when the count is sufficiently negative to the point that the verbs for doing the two are called "wonging in" and "wonging out".
In Don Schlesinger's Blackjack Attack, three models of players are presented with different levels of criteria for taking these actions. They are the following: Mr. Perfect; Wong-in Wong-out; and White Rabbit.