Labouchere system in roulette

Unlike the Martingale, the Labouchere system is perfect for those who want to win a certain amount of money. It is also a suitable roulette strategy for conservative players or those with limited chips

Origin of the Labouchere system

Named after its inventor, the British politician Henry Labouchere, the Labouchere system has remained consistently popular since its inception in the mid-19th century. It is known as a negative progression system, when bets increase after a loss, however, unlike the Martingale strategy, everything is not so simple here (at least at first glance).

Henry Labouchere often used this system in gambling houses in London. It should be noted right away that this is not the best strategy for players who want to win big. But it is well suited to patient players who prefer to spend several hours at the table, not minutes.

How does the Labouchere system work?

The Labouchere system only works with equal money bets: red/black, 1-18/19-36, even/odd. Be sure to keep this in mind while playing, as using this complex straight-up betting system can cause you to lose your bankroll quickly.

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