When he was young, Albert Einstein created a logic puzzle for which he believed only 2% of people on Earth can solve. Can you find the solution to this puzzle?
Logic riddles and puzzles can maintain the function of your brain as you age. Here is a riddle that can help you develop your problem-solving skills. The riddle was invented by Albert Einstein, who considered that only 2% of people can solve it successfully.
Here is the setup:
There are five different houses painted in five different colors. A man of different nationality lives in each house. They smoke a different type of cigarette, consume a different type of drink, and own a different pet. The owners do not own the same pet, do not smoke the same cigarette, and do not consume the same drink.
The question is: Who owns the fish?
Here are some clues:
- In the red house lives the Brit
- The Swede owns a dog pet
- The Dane consumes tea
- The green house is on the left of the white house
- The owner of the green house consumes coffee
- The man, who has bird pets, smokes Pall Mall
- The yellow house’s owner smokes Dunhill
- The person living in the center house consumes milk
- In the first house lives the Norwegian
- Next to the owner who keeps cats lives the person, who smokes blend
- Next to the man who smokes Dunhill lives the person who has horses
- The person, who consumes beer, smokes BlueMaster
- The German smoke Prince
- The person, who lives next to the man who drinks water, smokes blend
Draw the houses and make a chart. Take some time and think carefully.
Do you know who has the fish? Take a look at the video below and check your guess.