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dave_matkin
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Some years ago I saw a swindle / con with a loop (often a necklace) that is laid on the table and the spectators challenge is to place their finger in a loop. If the finger is caught when the necklace is pulled the spectator wins if the finger is left “free”, as it were, the spectator looses.

My question is this:

Does anyone know what it is called – if so please can you let me know and where I could find it documented (I guess school for scoundrels will be a good place when I know what it is called?)
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"Fast and Loose" is Scoundrels.
AKa "Endless Chain" and "Chain of Chance".
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Thanks for that. I got the scoundrels one on eBay today! Thanks again.

Dave
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