Today while playing CE, we had an unusual situation come up. We played using the multiple-power variant (2 powers each), and one player got the Seeker and the Gambler. From what I remember, Seeker can ask ANY yes/no question, while Gambler can bluff. The player used this to their advantage by asking their opponent "If I bluff, are you going to say I'm lying?" If the opponent says yes, the player can play a specific card, knowing their opponent will lose ships, since they have to abide by their response and say the player is lying. If they say no, the player could play a Negotiate, saying that it's actually a 10,000 (since the Gambler doesn't say the card amount has to exist in the deck). Even though this is clearly a lie, the opponent can't say so because they said they wouldn't to the Seeker. Having rediculously high (or low in the case of the Loser) cards makes wins for this combo easy (assuming Cosmic Zaps don't occur). Does this strategy actually work, or is there some rule that prevents this?
And while on the subject of the Seeker, can it ask questions relating to cards that can't be looked at/stolen by other players (eg. the Claw's claw card, the Miser's hoard hand, etc.)?