It’s definitely miserable to experience as the corp, but I’ve found that the late-game durdle strategy is often the right choice as the runner, especially considering how many runners are using Turning Wheel for their late game pressure.
It’s particularly effective against something like Obokata-based Jinteki decks that try to grind you out with repeated runs through Kakugos. If you suspect that they aren’t holding agendas in HQ and you’ve seen the next few cards on R&D with Turning Wheel/Indexing/Maker’s Eye/DDM, the best play is normally to farm Turning Wheel counters, draw up to 5, and/or take money rather than aggressively going for low-value accesses. Sometimes you know that you only have X HP worth of cards in the grip/stack and you have a limited number of runs left in the game.
It’s similar with Corps that really care about the tempo game like CtM, Argus, etc. where you would rather bounce off the Data Raven on R&D/HQ 4 times for the Turning Wheel counters rather than paying credits to break through risking Economic Warfare > Hard-Hitting News. With these decks especially, reaching that match-point threshold is probably more important than anywhere else because patience almost always seems to win otherwise.
Now for all my complaining about the Jackson-sized hole in the game, I will say that Rashida Jaheem seems to be a step in the right direction as a card that helps you break those locks and gives you more options as the Corp. The downside of course is that it’s a one-shot effect on a card with a trash cost of 1, but it’s better than nothing!