When the word is "Plant" for example, I can click on "Plants" and not get the win, even though it's the same article. "Plants" redirects to "Plant", but I have to click a link called "Plant" to get the win.
Either way, I end up on the page "Plant", so I should get the win.
We fixed this issue by now changing and showing the link text as exactly what the link leads to, so there should be no more confusion as to where a link leads when clicking on it.
Same on Rugby.
This is a big problem with 5 clicks to Jesus. The article called Jesus Christ doesn't win.
Hillary Clinton != Hillary Rodham Clinton
DragonVale Master commented
yeah same with Jesus and Jesus Christ. Very annoying
Paladin Luke commented
Same. This has caused me to loose a "Six clicks to Jesus" game because I clicked "Jesus of Nazareth".
Christopher Mühl commented
Just lost twice in a row.
Saint Tropez != Saint-Tropez
Jehovah's Witness != Jehovah's Witnesses
It's annoying when I would've gotten it first.
Bing (search engine) --> Bing = Lose, supossed win
Tax --> Taxonomy = Lose, supossed win
Agree. I just landed on "Google Mail", which provides the exact article for Gmail, but was not counted.
There is already another comment for this called "Give credit for redirects". It's because if you click on a link that redirects you to that page, say the link was for "human brain" but there is no human brain article, it's just a redirect to "brain", then it doesn't register as a win. This is extremely annoying and happens frequently.
Exactly, I clicked on 'Human brain', but it tells me to click on 'Brain'.
This would be fairly easily detected. Email me if you need help.