Consecutive numbers are lotto numbers that appear next to each other in numerical order
or have a difference of 1, such as 2 and 3 or 17 and 18.
Certain numbers or number combinations can be eliminated from your field of play
because, according to mathematical probability, their chance of being drawn is nil. One
such example is the set of six consecutive numbers, 1-2-3-4-5-6.

Use the Neighboring Pairs Chart to help you find consecutive numbers that hit together.

Screenshot of Advantage Plus, Neighboring Pairs Chart

Use the Neighboring Pairs Chart to help you find consecutive numbers that hit together.

Screenshot of Advantage Plus, Neighboring Pairs Chart