Why the difference in table support for JIRA vs Bitbucket vs Bitbucket Server

I'm using a pretty simple table markdown:

| *Index* | *alias* | 
| issues | |
| site_1 | site
| shipment_1 | shipment

Works great on Confluence.  Fails on Bitbucket and Bitbucket Server.

Now I add headers to the table:

| *Index* | *alias* | 
| ------ | ---- | 
| issues | |
| site_1 | site
| shipment_1 | shipment

Confluence adds extra row instead of creating column headers.

Bitbucket creates a pretty lame table (visual style is lacking).

Bitbucket Server still completely fails.

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That's bold inside a field, not a header, and the lines are markup for "put a line in"

Try

|| Index || alias || 
| issues | |
| site_1 | site
| shipment_1 | shipment

Confluence does this with it:

Indexalias
issues 
site_1site
shipement_1shipment

I think Bitbucket will do the same

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