lucky streak

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*lucky streak

 and *streak of luck
Fig. a series of lucky wins in gambling or games. (*Typically: be on ~; have ~.) Thanks to a lucky streak, I won enough in Las Vegas to pay for the trip.
See also: lucky, streak
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This story comes from A Streak of Luck, the title of which refers to an Edison comment in 1869: "I'll never give up for I may have a streak of luck before I die.
No other man," opines Robert Conot in A Streak of Luck, "has ever been responsible for striking the spring of so much wealth, nor had such influence on the lives of so many people.