Can you figure out this puzzle? It starts off with six glasses, half of them are full and half of them are empty.
The final position that we want is for every other glass to be filled, but you can only move one of the glasses to get the final result. Are you smart enough to figure it out yourself, or do you need a little bit of a push? Provided below is the picture of the starting and end result. We will reveal the answer at the end of the article.
There are many riddles just like this, and if you have been exposed to it before, then it is more likely that you will get it correct.
If not, just keep trying to figure out which glass needs to be moved in order to get the solution! If you can’t get it on your own, try asking a friend or tagging them to see if they can get it as well. Are you still stuck? Here is a hint: One of the glasses can either be filled or switched in order to get the end result.
Don’t think too hard about it, the solution is right in front of you.
Have you figured it out yet? The solution is to move the second glass over to the fifth glass and fill it up.
This now makes the glass empty, and every other glass is full. One can also just simply switch the glasses and create the same illusion. Did you get the puzzle right, or were you stumped for a bit? Keep a look out for more of our fun puzzles and quizzes, thanks for participating!
Below is the visual representation of how the glasses should have been filled or switched to get the final solution.