juking

Within the ludology of gameplay, [the game of] juking is the demonstration, control, and/or improvising of a particular juke (the instance of securing🔒 twistor space). The appliance for doing such is a jukebox. Someone who does so is called a juker. Pertaining to UUe, juking - a form of cryptography - is of bugger 'cryptosport'* logic. Complexity-wise, token duration is between P and E, with proofing orchestrated in curvilinear space (T).See mathletics
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Note (+): I like to say that juking is brute force mathematics as 'an exercise in optimization from auction theory'.





To juke is to summon a redeemable option (the coupon) on a continuous event that is predetermined [to at least one (1) party]. In this case, jukes are proxies for the statistical variance of the tablature complexity, and serve to hedge some handicap. Jukes themselves generate cachecredit (provided from seigniorage on coupons); being synonymous with coin insertion [deposit] for traditional jukebox activation and dispensing.
Juking was invented by Link Starbureiy.🤓👌🏿
According to string ludology, juking is reflexive to Double U economics; making that the foundation of our pursuit. The overall intent behind juking is to solve Egglepple (ie. juking is the preferred method for solving the puzzle.).

Notes (+): +Because juking is injective, the juker absolutely keeps what is earned (minus any fees).

+Fibor classification requires twistor space manipulation, which is the basis of stew choreography.







The process of stereotyping is done by encrypting/encoding EGP onto a brane (juke = pencilglyph). This is accomplished using stew choreography. Juking is considered to be economically fair (ie. affordable), that is, risk:payoff < payoff:risk. (see also Pink program, mathemusic, touch-and-go)

Note (+): Sans pure 'penny' frets, the value of a juke is always rounded up to the next integer (unless the juke itself is an integer). Example: a tablature divisor of 0.054... becomes a 6 ¢ent fret. This seigniorage ensures the house always stays afloat.