(Analysis by Lewin Gan)

The first thing to notice is that a subsequence reversal can be described by swapping pairs $(i_1, j_1), (i_2, j_2), \dots, (i_k, j_k)$ with $i_1 < i_2 < ... < i_k < j_k < ... < j_2 < j_1$.

This suggests a dynamic programming approach that considers elements from both ends.

A first try at a dp state might be $dp(i,j)$ -> maximum length increasing subsequence in the interval $i, \dots, j$ given we can reverse any arbitrary subsequence.

It's not immediately clear how to update this dp state, since we don't know what elements we've already included outside our interval.

So, let's add some more information to our dp state. Namely, let's include the last element we've included in the prefix, and the last element we've included in the suffix.

Let $dp(i,j,k,m)$ -> maximum length increasing subsequence in the interval $i, \dots, j$ given the largest element we've taken from $0, \dots, i-1$ is $k$, and the smallest element we've taken from $j+1, \dots, n$ is $m$.

There are a total of $n^4$ entries in this table since the numbers are small.

The final answer is then $dp(0,n-1,0,50)$.

To update the table, we can follow the rules in the code outlined in my Java implementation below. Each transition takes constant time, so the overall complexity is $O(n^4)$, which is fast enough.

import java.util.Arrays;
import java.util.Scanner;

public class subrev {
public static void main (String[] args) {
Scanner in = new Scanner(System.in);
int n = in.nextInt();
a = new int[n];
for (int i = 0; i < n; i++) a[i] = in.nextInt();
dp = new int[n][n];
for (int[][][] x : dp) for (int[][] y : x) for (int[] z : y) Arrays.fill(z, -1);
System.out.println(solve(0,n-1,0,50));
}

public static int[] a;
public static int[][][][] dp;
public static int solve(int i, int j, int k, int m) {
if (dp[i][j][k][m] != -1) return dp[i][j][k][m];
if (k > m) return -(1 << 29); // impossible case
if (i > j) return 0;
if (i == j) {
if (a[i] >= k && a[i] <= m) return 1;
else return 0;
}
// max value from interval [i,j] given we've taken k from prefix and m from suffix
int res = 0;
// case 1: swap i and j
// case 1a: don't include a[i] or a[j]
res = Math.max(res, solve(i+1,j-1,k,m));
// case 1b: include a[j]
if (a[j] >= k)
res = Math.max(res, solve(i+1,j-1,a[j],m)+1);
// case 1c: include a[i]
if (a[i] <= m)
res = Math.max(res, solve(i+1,j-1,k,a[i])+1);
// case 1d: include both
if (k <= a[j] && a[j] <= a[i] && a[i] <= m) {
res = Math.max(res, solve(i+1,j-1,a[j],a[i])+2);
}

// case 2: don't swap, move i forward
// case 2a: don't include a[i]
res = Math.max(res, solve(i+1,j,k,m));
// case 2b: include a[i]
if (a[i] >= k)
res = Math.max(res, solve(i+1,j,a[i],m)+1);

// case 3: don't swap, move j backward
// case 3a: don't include a[j]
res = Math.max(res, solve(i,j-1,k,m));
// case 3b: include a[j]
if (a[j] <= m)
res = Math.max(res, solve(i,j-1,k,a[j])+1);

return dp[i][j][k][m] = res;
}
}