As you know, many puzzles are designed to divert your attention from the key to the solution.
One of these puzzles is our task today. So, you have to look carefully at the image and find the mistake.
But hurry, you only have 10 seconds to find the answer.
Perhaps many people admired Sherlock Holmes’ ability to solve intricate crimes in a short time.
Of course, the attention and keen eyesight of the famous detective from 221B Baker Street played a significant role in this.
After all, as you probably remember, the hero of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s books needed just a glance to discover that the guest had been eating cake since the morning.
But, of course, it’s not just about being attentive.
After all, it is not enough to focus on some insignificant detail.
You also need to be able to logically compare the detail with other data.
Holmes himself called the secret to his abilities “the method of deduction.”
The point is that thanks to the presence of the most insignificant puzzles, he could see the complete picture of what was happening.
Today, you can be a legendary detective. And for this, you don’t have to look for your Watson and Mrs. Hudson.
All you have to do is find a mistake in the image of the cabinet below.
But remember, you only have 10 seconds to find the clue. Let’s see if you can solve the puzzle.
At first glance, it may seem that there is nothing suspicious in the image.
There is a chair, a desk with various accessories on it, and shelves.
However, it is worth remembering a popular wisdom: “If you want to hide something, put it in the most visible place.”
How many times has this phrase saved us! The person who said it is 100% right, isn’t it?
Therefore, it is worth paying attention to what takes up the most space in our field of view.
As you can guess, it’s the table. But could there be something suspicious on its surface?
The clue is waiting for you next, so try to take another closer look at the image of the furniture.
As you may already notice, our mistake all along has been the calendar.
It shows the 31st of September. However, we all know that there are only 30 days in the ninth month of the year.
So, that’s our answer to the puzzle.
Admit it, could you figure out the key in 10 seconds? Write your results in the comments.