Pressed their luck - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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press (one's) luck
To risk losing the good favor or fortune one has garnered thus far by brashly or overconfidently seeking more. I know you're in the boss's good graces now, but don't press your luck: she's been known to turn on people for getting too cocky. I've had some good winnings at blackjack, but I don't think I should press my luck any further.
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Always a popular showroom booth game, attendees pressed their luck
by spinning the wheel at the Towers Watson booth for a chance to win some RiMS swag.
DJs Greg T, Carla Marie and Angela Lee also hyped up the crowd and pressed their luck
at the It's So Miami Vending Machine.
Still, some publications have not pressed their luck
with the government.