Place 6 glasses of water in a row.
Fill the 3 glasses on the left with water
The 3 glasses on the right remain empty
By touching just 1 glass, change the sequence of glasses from 3 full and 3 empty to alternate between full and empty, so that glasses 1,3 and 5 are full and glasses 2, 4 and 6 are empty.
Remember, you cannot touch more than 1 glass!
Pour the water from the middle left glass into the middle right glass.
That was hard.
artspeck the question was clever too.I hope you will come up with more ridddles.and this time i would try to outsmart melbel.
Melbel did you do it in practise. or like me work it out in my head haha Need more difficult ones..
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Pour water from second glass to fifth one than you wil have alternate full and empty galsses
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