I don't miss a trick - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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(one) doesn't miss a trick
One never misses an opportunity to benefit or gain an advantage from a particular situation, especially in an underhanded or ethically dubious manner. There's always someone out trying to make a quick buck during the aftermath of a disaster. People don't miss a trick. When you're hiring a PR consultant, you want someone who doesn't miss a trick.
he, she, etc. doesn’t miss a ˈtrick (also he, she, etc. doesn’t ˈmiss much) (spoken) used to say that somebody notices every opportunity to gain an advantage: I’m sure Julie knows your secret — she never misses a trick! ♢ How did he know it was the right time to sell all his shares in the company? He doesn’t miss much, does he?