A juke is an iterated perturbation (sesquilinear transform) to egglepple. Within the context of stew choreography, a juke is a play that is symmetry-breaking but not an end game move, which means that it does not include: (1) the coupling of adjacent leaves, or (2) the leaves EEE and PPP [(namely (EEE,PPP) / (PPP,EEE)] in coordination. Failing to adhere to this rule would result in dissonance.
Note (+): It may be the case that the leaves EEE and PPP can/should be replaced by EEG and PPG, respectively. This is because EEE and PPP actually are loop markers (marking initiation and termination) in a sequence. Adjacent leaves cannot be coupled due to the fact that a chord (three leaves or more) is required for folding.
Out of the total twenty-six (26) stews, only twenty-four (24) of them allow legal jukes. This stems from the fact that a composition cannot lack harmony, which is to say that a loop (connected endpoints), nor adjacencies (any side-by-side coordinates) are permissible.