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Duplicates in reviewing.

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pottercrazyAgb

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new Posted: 12:44PM Mar 23, 2014

Does a duplicate have to be precisely the same or can it just be the same answer or not, i am confused as i did look at the Teasers FAQ and i found this

"This website already has many teasers. Most of the teasers that get submitted to the website are duplicates. Many are exact duplicates. Duplicates will never be approved if we can catch them. Our crack team of reviewers rarely misses. If they do, any user of the site can find a duplicate and report it for 50 points. So, by submitting duplicates you may be increasing the score of other users. You do not get points for finding your own duplicate and when your duplicate is found, you lose the points that you got for that teaser. So, submitting duplicates has no positive outcome whatsoever for you. It only takes a few minutes to search the website for your teaser. Please take the time to do this."

the bit in bold is what confused me, does this mean that teasers with the same answer can be seen as duplicates, or does there have to be a likeness in the body of the text?


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