We have a fair coin, and start at the 12 o'clock marker on a clock. At each step, flip the coin. If heads, move clockwise, if tails move counter-clockwise. As you land on a number, mark that number as visited.
Which number(s) on the clock has the highest probability of being the last one to be visited? Which one has the lowest? Alternatively, what are the probabilities of each number being the last one to be visited?
I ran some simulations in python. The probabilities seem evenly distributed across 2-10 and 12, but half as big for 1 and 11. My intuition tells me that 6 might be the reasonable choice for "most likely to be last", but intuition isn't very good for probability.