My friend and I were playing clix a few weeks ago and this issue came up:
My Rogue/Gambit duo used their Charming Rogues power to outwit the standard outwit of one of his figures. Could I then use the outwit to outwit yet another power? He argued no, as I was using the same game effect twice. I argued yes, as they are technically different powers and rationalizing that since the effects of a special outwit (like the new Leader's double outwit) is negated after losing it, only to gain standard outwit, then I gained a totally separate power with similar effects. As always, the power is described below:
CHARMING ROGUES: Gambit / Rogue can use Outwit targeting only adjacent characters. If they do and they counter a standard power, Gambit / Rogue can use that countered power until your next turn.
The question is not "is the effect of each outwit the same?", the question is "are you activating a game effect (Outwit) twice in one turn with a free action?" And you would be, so you could not do that.
I can explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you.