I've come across ふくむ and かぞえる, but to my understanding, that's used for counting sequences and quantities.
How would you say "That doesn't count" in the following contexts.
A- Have you ever been camping?
B- I've spent a few nights in my friends cabin in the woods.
A- Well, that doesn't really count. It has electricity, heating and wifi. It even has a jacuzzi.
(Whilst playing a game)
A- Haha! I win this round!
B- It was just a practice round so, it doesn't count.
(Someone talking to a group of friends)
A- I bet no one can name this flower.
B- Of course I can.
A- You don't count because you're a botanist.
I couldn't find anything on stackexchange, so I apologise if I've overlooked it.
Thank you in advance, kind people!