Labuser Strategy

Labuser Strategy

The Labuser system was created by the British aristocrat and politician Henry Du Pre Lubusher and is almost as famous as the Martingale system. At the time of its creation, it was hardly imagined that it would be so popular, but it is one of the most used strategies of the bettors all over the world today.

Using this strategy is extremely easy, and the only thing you need to use it is: sheet, chemical, and basic math math knowledge.

According to this system, random numbers are arranged in a row in which each successive number is one larger than the previous one. The numbers you choose determine, they simply indicate the amount you are willing to bet on a set event.


The numbers from 1 to 7 = 8 bet units

The numbers from 1 to 9 = 10 bet units ... and so on.

The Labuser system sums the first and last number of your numeric array, and according to the original concept of this strategy, the numbers in the range from 1 to 9 must always be used.

How to use the strategy?

  • starting with a random set of numbers, then choosing a certain color that we'd like to bet on;

Example: 1,2,3,4,5,6 - red / our bet will be determined by the sum of the first and last number and the selected color, in this case: 1 + 6 = 7 $ - red.

  • if you lose in this bet, according to Labuser's strategy, we need to add 7 to the numerical series. So your next bet will be 8 $ (1 + 7 = 8 sum of the first and last number);
  • in this case if you are lucky you will win $ 16. In the case of a win, you need to remove the first and last number from the number sequence in this option 1 and 8;
  • your next bet will be equal to $ 8 (2 + 6 = 8) again.

In the event of a loss or profit, follow the previous steps of the strategy. You keep on doing so until all the numbers in your line are exhausted.

See also: Martingale's System