A collection of three or more cards in a row, all of the same suit, including at least one joker, is an impure sequence in the rummy game.
A wild joker or a printed joker can create an impure sequence.
Examples of impure sequence: K♣️ Q♣️ J♣️ 7♦️ and K♠️ PJ J♠️ 10♠️ - Here, 7♦️ is a wild card, and PJ is a printed joker.
According to rummy rules, a declaration must have at least one pure sequence to be legitimate.
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