Adjacent numbers are numbers that are one higher or one lower than the winning numbers from the previous draw.
In other words, numbers that are next to each other, or on either side (+1 or -1) of the lotto numbers
that hit in the LAST drawing. For example, 23-24 and 24-25 are sets of adjacent numbers, so if number 24 hit in the last
drawing, its Adjacent Numbers would be the number before and the number after it, or 23 or 25 for the next drawing.
More than 80 percent of drawings in most lotto games have one or more Adjacent Numbers, so it is smart
to choose some of these numbers in your set of lottery numbers to wheel or play. To see which are the
best adjacent numbers to play next, use the Adjacent Hit Chart.