## Consecutive First/Last Digits In Any Order

This statistics gives the maximum count of first and last digits that are consecutive regardless of their order within the analyzed tickets.

Each pool number breaks down into two
digits. The *first digit *is the leading digit of the number, the *last
digit *is the second digit of the number. For example the first digit of number
23 is 2, the last digit of that number is 3. The first digit of number
9 is 0, the last digit of that number is 9.

For example the latest draw in Expert Lotto 6/49 Demo lottery is 23-29-36-42-44-47. The first digits of that draw are 2, 2, 3, 4, 4, 4. The longest sequence of consecutive digits is 2-3-4 so the value of *Consecutive First Digits (any order)* for the latest draw is *3*.

The last digits of the latest draw are 3, 9, 6, 2, 4, 7. When sorted in ascending order the last digits are 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9. We can see that the longest consecutive sequence is 2-3-4 so the value of *Consecutive Last Digits (any order)* for the latest draw is *3*.

These statistics are available in summary form and also as per-ticket properties.

See also Consecutive Digits In Any Order ticket filter.