You are not a better gambler because you play one game per day. A good gambler manages his or her money which is the only thing that matters. There are different strategies and those strategies work differently for each individual. Maybe you should play less money and a couple more games. Or maybe you’re really bad and shouldn’t play at all. Or maybe you’re good at picking a single game. But not everyone is. You can play one play a day in NBA and lose 4 days straight at $100 dollars a day. Now your down $440 dollars if the odds are -110 per $100 dollars you wager. Now I can play 7 plays a day at the same rate and go 4-3, 5-2, 6-1, 3-4 in those same four days and I’m looking much better than you are. Just cause you play 1 game a day doesn’t mean you’re doing better than me. In fact you’re actually decreasing your odds of winning which is actually what the books want. I’m not saying bet 100 games. But if you like 3,4, or 5 games then bet on all of them equally. And if $100 is too much to bet on each of those let’s say 5 games then reduce your bet to $20-$30 dollars or whatever you’re comfortable with. I’m only making $30-$100 dollars a day on a winning day but I’m doing it consistently. Your bookie would hate if you bet the entire board and every day he had to cash you out. I don’t bet the entire board but I cap 5,6,7,8, etc games I like. If I feel good about it I bet them all. If I don’t I may eliminate the ones I want to eliminate. It works for me. Long story short. Do what works for you. This is my style. If you don’t like it then do it your way. But don’t think because you bet one game a day you’re gonna be a winner. Follow a few people on covers. You’ll see that’s not so. You’ll also notice the majority of people on here talking the crap they talk don’t post plays and/or keep track of their record. But they can tell you all they know about discipline on the longest losing streak you can imagine.