I've done the most close (and re-open) reviewing on Server Fault.
Interestingly, the odd behaviour I've run into recently only shows up because I'm not a robo-reviewer:
- In many cases, if it's not clear to me that a question is bad and deserves to be closed, I click on the question title in the review screen and look at the actual question, answers, and comments. Then I click back and pick the appropriate review button.
- Since many audits are odd-looking in the review screen (they seem awful but show upvotes, or seem good and have downvotes), I often look at the real question, and it's revealed as an audit because the votes are different or some other giveaway
Recently (noticed it today, pretty sure it's happened in the past few days, but I don't think it happened 2 weeks ago and before), when I click on an odd question, see that it's an audit, then click back, I get a message
This item is not available for review.
Today, I kept getting the same audit, clicked on it twice, got the above message, but the 3rd time I just picked "close" and got the "Congratulations!" message.
I'm going to tag this as a bug, because I'm sure it's not how reviews worked before, and certainly if someone is diligent enough to go look at the question, they aren't a robo-reviewer and should be able to review the audit at that point.
About a month later, this is still happening, today it's been different questions each time. It's not anything to do with the question getting closed right as I review it, as this capture shows:
This question was closed a month ago, is showing up now as a review audit, but if I go and look at the question, then go back, it's no longer considered a review. If anything, looking at the question should be considered a "pass," but it should at least let me review it.