With two circles, we only pick a circle at random to invert the starting point. From then on we only have one choice as to where to invert the next time. For example, starting from the outside, first invert in the lower circle, then in the upper, then in the lower, ... . We see two sequences of points, one in each circle. The limit set consists of two points, each the limit of one of the sequences.


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