Very often, when playing any card game, we meet the term “strategy”. It is the tactics, which the gambler uses to get the better result, not to lose at least, and if he/she is really lucky, leave a casino with a great prize.

In the case of Blackjack, the strategy can really improve the player’s chances of winning, but only theoretically. For example, if you choose the right system, you can really reduce the advantage of the casino, although not so insignificantly.

Labouchere Blackjack strategy is a special rarely used in a casino system that is based on the negative progression. When the gambler uses it, they act considering the results of the Hand they had before. Actually, this system works better in Roulettes, but card players do not ignore it as well. Nevertheless, this method is quite popular in Australian casinos.

Labouchere Blackjack strategy was created by Henry Labouchere — in other words, it is also called the Cancellation Blackjack system. According to this system, the player bets on the number or series of numbers, and bets the entire amount on one of the ends of this series of numbers. If this number is won, then it deletes this number from the list and goes on.

In case of loss, you need to add the amount to the end of the series of numbers. After all the numbers are won, the result will be a profit that will be equal to the sum of the original numbers.

It is very difficult to use the Labouchère system in card games. The beginners are not recommended doing it; they should better deal with the basic strategies of Blackjack.

### Labouchere strategy — how does it work?

The Labouchere Blackjack strategy is no longer as risky as the Martingale or Grand Martingale. Although we should not forget that it can lead to serious losses, as well as any of the existing systems.

Using the Labouchere system, you determine in advance what profit you would like to make. You finish the game only after receiving this amount. To achieve this goal, you use a specific mathematical formula. This formula contains a sequence of numbers that add up to a certain amount of income.