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### 10 Hardest Riddles Ever

Hardest Riddles Ever 1 : Sherlock Holmes Puzzle
Difficulty ★★★★★        Popularity ★★★☆☆

Sherlock Detective reviewed the information they had on the case so far.

A lady named 'himanshi' was found shot and they already had a list of suspects - Ankit , Tarun, Harish, Manoj and Manish.
Killer is a fan of sherlock and chalenge him by leaving notes ad various places.
* The first was found in a toilet room.
* The second was found in an art room.
* The third was in a restroom.
* the fourth in an underwater room.
* The fifth at the no smoking room.

All of the notes read the same thing, 'The clues are where you find the notes.' Yet, nothing was found at anyplace the notes were.
Sherlock the genius , immediately solved the case.
Who was the killer ?
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Hardest Riddles Ever 2 : Awesome Word Changing Riddle
Difficulty ★★★★★        Popularity ★★★☆☆

Can you transform the word THINK into BRAIN while changing only one letter at a time in a manner that each of the word in the process is a real word?
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Hardest Riddles Ever 3 : Difficult Brain Twister
Difficulty ★★★★★        Popularity ★★★★☆

There are 100 bulbs in a room. 100 strangers have been accumulated in the adjacent room. The first one goes and lights up every bulb. The second one goes and switches off all the even numbered bulbs – second, fourth, sixth... and so on. The third one goes and reverses the current position of every third bulb (third, sixth, ninth… and so on.) i.e. if the bulb is lit, he switches it off and if the bulb is off, he switches it on. All the 100 strangers progresses in the similar fashion.

After the last person has done what he wanted, which bulbs will be lit and which ones will be switched off ?
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Hardest Riddles Ever 4 : Ramanujan Magic Number Riddle
Difficulty ★★★★★        Popularity ★★★★☆

Ramanujan discovered 1729 as a magic number.

Why 1729 is a magic number ?
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Hardest Riddles Ever 5 : Hard Logic Puzzle
Difficulty ★★★★★        Popularity ★★★☆☆

A gardener planted the mangoes trees in a mathematical ordered way (i.e. he planted tree in rows).
He created total of 19 rows of trees.

Note: There should be more than 2 trees to count as a row.

What is the minimum number of trees required by the gardener to have 19 rows of trees ?
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Hardest Riddles Ever 6 : Tough next number sequence
Difficulty ★★★★★        Popularity ★★★☆☆

Find the next number in the sequence 23 21 24 19 26 15 28 11 30 7 36 ?
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Hardest Riddles Ever 7 : Hard Pattern Puzzle
Difficulty ★★★★★        Popularity ★★☆☆☆

In which direction should the missing arrow point ?
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Hardest Riddles Ever 8 : Albert Einstein Cipher Puzzle
Difficulty ★★★★★        Popularity ★★★★☆

Can you decipher these quotes by Albert Einstein?
Blf xzm mvevi hloev z kilyovn lm gsv ovevo lm dsrxs rg dzh xivzgvw.
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Hardest Riddles Ever 9 : Decode This Message
Difficulty ★★★★★        Popularity ★★★★☆

Decode The Message

carrot fiasco nephew spring rabbit
sonata tailor bureau legacy corona
travel bikini object happen soften
report accuse animal shriek esteem
oyster
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Hardest Riddles Ever 10 : Hardest Mathematical Columbus Puzzle
Difficulty ★★★★★        Popularity ★★☆☆☆

The Puzzle: Here is a famous prize problem that Sam Loyd issued in 1882, offering \$1000 as a prize for the best answer showing how to arrange the seven figures and the eight 'dots' .4.5.6.7.8.9.0. which would add up to 82
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