Obviously we've all heard how important MM is when it comes to sports betting. And often the first question that comes with it is, should I be betting the same amount on every game or wager more when I have a perceived edge? I started gambling roughly a year ago on NFL and NCAAF, and picked up NBA, NCAAB, and NHL this season. I've tried both strategies and flopped on this subject in the past but I'm from the mindset that its better to stay the course and bet the same amount each game. It will allow you to handle the losing days much easier and avoid pressing when you're in a slump. I would consider myself more of a volume better so I would rather play 5 games at $10 a pop then one game for $50. I started at 0 in December 2017 and worked myself up to a $650 bankroll so I'm usually only betting $20-30 a game, which I realize is probably less than most of you. I think what draws me more towards flat betting is that I never want to go 2-1 and lose money which is very possible in unit betting if you're not sizing your units properly. I've always felt its better to diversify than put all your eggs in one basket. I'm just curious what everyone's thoughts are on the subject as I don't believe there is a right answer.