Just realised that it doesn't depend on the hub, it sometims shows and sometimes doesn't so how does this work?
Adsense is added automtically and placed via Yield Build. The Yield Build tool ona single website moves and changes adverts around automatically finding which positions and colors work best for a website.
I assume Yield Build works in a similar way across hubpages, which is why you may often see changes in adverts.
Sounds to me like you viewed one while logged in and the other when you were not.
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