A MAN IN A CAR HE SEES A DOOR A GOLD DOOR AND DIAMOND D RIDDLES WITH ANSWERS TO SOLVE - PUZZLES & BRAIN TEASERS

Trending Tags

Popular Searches

Feel free to use content on this page for your website or blog, we only ask that you reference content back to us. Use the following code to link this page:
Terms · Privacy · Contact
Riddles and Answers © 2019

A Blind Man Gets Marooned In A Desert Riddle

Hint:
The man will break each of the 4 pills in half and eat 1 half from each of the pills.
Did you answer this riddle correctly?
YES  NO  

Dino Pitstop Riddle

Hint:
A flat Tire-annosaurus!
Did you answer this riddle correctly?
YES  NO  

A Dinosaurs Accident

Hint:
I'm-so-saurus!
Did you answer this riddle correctly?
YES  NO  

The Detective Trap Riddle

Hint:
Detective Sara Dunts realized she had walked into a trap when she heard the extra set of footsteps. Hearing the footsteps on the stairs made her remember what her partner had said, "Mr. John Gooding had mysteriously vanished from his one story home." She then realized that this was not Mr. Goodings home because at that very moment she realized that she was climbing stairs in a supposedly one story house. Sara immediately called for backup and arrested Mrs. Glen. She then walked down the stairs to find Mr. Gooding near the bottom. The two had planned on kidnapping and killing Sara for putting Mr. Goodings niece and Mrs. Glens son in jail for murder. Both went to jail to serve their time.
Did you answer this riddle correctly?
YES  NO  

Unexpected Visitors Riddle

Hint:
The door. You have to let them in for breakfast!
Did you answer this riddle correctly?
YES  NO  

Panning Gold Riddle

Hint:
The mule. A gold bar 5 inches in diameter and 5 inches in height would have weighed far too much for either of the sons to carry, only the mule could have.
Did you answer this riddle correctly?
YES  NO  

Switch Or Stick Riddle

Hint:
The answer may surprise you: switch. Due to something called the Monty Hall Paradox, you will statistically have a better chance of making the "correct" choice. The concept is as follows:

Door 1 Door 2 Door 3

All have an equal chance to be correct:

Door 1: 1/3 Door 2: 1/3 Door 3: 1/3

After choosing Door 1, the remaining two have a 2/3 chance of containing the right choice:

Door1: 1/3 Doors 2 3: 2/3

If Door 3 is removed, the probability does not shift to 50:50. Instead, it is:

Door 1: 1/3 Door 2: 2/3

Thus, you should switch.
Did you answer this riddle correctly?
YES  NO  

Finding The Car Riddle

Hint: It matters whether you change your decision or not. Imagine there were one hundred doors and moderator would open all but two.
Its better to change the door.

You win in case you chose wrong door at first (odds 2-in-3).

If you dont change the door you win only in case you originally picked the correct door (1-in-3).
Did you answer this riddle correctly?
YES  NO  

Never Go In Nor Out Riddle

Hint:
A keyhole
Did you answer this riddle correctly?
YES  NO  

A Suit In A Deck Of Cards

Hint:
Heart
Did you answer this riddle correctly?
YES  NO  

Add Your Riddle Here

Have some tricky riddles of your own? Leave them below for our users to try and solve.