Quote Originally Posted by Dog Hand View Post

This confused me... except after a push, don't you always have to adjust the chips in your betting circle?

Dog Hand
I always played two hands when counts call for it. I have a tendency to collect the pay chips and leave the original bet chip there and then calculate the bet amount for next round. The dealer was so fast that he already dealt the cards for the next round before I had any opportunity to change my bets. Another situation when playing two hands was that one hand lost and the other hand won. In this situation, I collected the pay chips on the win hand while the lose hand was still empty of chips, but the dealer already dealt out card on this win hand before I could even put chips on this losing hand. So two hand was forced to become one hand. I was very irritated by this dealer and lost big on him.