lucky streak

*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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eu) player had an incredible lucky streak the other night.
The unnamed 32-year-old from Leicester started his lucky streak on Boxing Day last year, when he scooped PS15,886 betting on 12 sides.
A National Lottery spokesman said: "We are definitely on a lucky streak.
This is the second EuroMillions jackpot to be won here in the UK in the last four weeks - we are definitely on a lucky streak.
MAYBE it's something to do with having Valleys singing legend Sir Tom Jones on the judging panel, but Wales is having an unprecedented lucky streak on the current series of The Voice.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Japan seemed to be on a lucky streak as the latter vowed to double its direct investment in India in the next five years.
AFTER sizzling weeks of sunny weather, it looks like Wales' lucky streak is about to sour.
Robbo, who's up to his eyes in debt, declares: "That bomb is the start of my lucky streak," after placing an accumulator bet of PS10,000 on the Euro '96 football tournament.
It seems the lucky streak extended to Olly Murs' team, also playing in red, when they took on Nick Grimshaw's Radio One-derers in a charity match at Wembley.
Chase jokingly added that his friends now want him to have another baby on the last sequential date of the century, 12/13/14, but he would like to play the lottery instead with his lucky streak.
15pm By CHRIS HATHERALL SOUTHEND boss Phil Brown is dreaming of a Wembley hat-trick to continue his lucky streak at the national stadium less than two weeks after taking over the League Two club.
Maria also shared that she would be back to Table Mountain Casino to see if her lucky streak continues during the $200,000 Oktoberfest Giveaway.
But for Chris, of Boldon, South Tyneside, the lucky streak came to an end, leaving him with a pounds 10,000 consolation prize, rather than the pounds 1m jackpot.
The 19-year-old had her lucky streak while shopping in the Co-op with her mum.
Of course, Tottenham could have warned the Barca boys about Chelsea's lucky streak.