This question was rightly closed soon enough (before I could even cast my vote) - but upon refreshing to see it had in fact been closed, there was no link to the question specified as the original.
I refreshed, hard-refreshed, noticed comments emerging from other concerned parties then headed here. Refreshing again before typing out my question, the link suddenly pops up.
Usually the links can be seen immediately (at least that's been my perception), so I was wondering, why was there a delay in exposing the duplicate when the question was closed for that reason?
I could speculate that perhaps human-intervention, or some algorithm needs to determine the "closer duplicate" if many are specified, but presumptions can be silly.
Looking at the revision history it can be seen that an the question was edited after the closure and the alterations by Community - so, I guess the question is (forgetting the scarce possibility that this user purposefully edited out Community's input), how could the Community close-edit changes be overwritten by a user already in there editing?