These conventions apply to any variant with a light pink (touched by all ranks and no colors) suit.
- When players violate Pink Promise on an unplayable light pink card, it usually indicates a Bubblegum Prompt or a Bubblegum Finesse (with the rank corresponding to the slot number to play).
- In 4-player and 5-player games, there are only 4 cards in the hand. If a player does a Bubblegum Finesse with a 5, then that would be nonsensical, since there is no slot 5.
- Similarly, in a 6-player game, there are only 3 cards in the hand. If a player does a Bubblegum Finesse with a 4, then that would be nonsensical, since there is no slot 4.
- In this situation, it should "wraparound" to slot 1, communicating that the first slot is playable.
- This kind of thing is useful in some edge-case scenarios (e.g. helping satisfy Good Touch Principle).