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    #1

    Win the lottery / win at the lottery

    Are both following structures useable?
    'to win the lottery' and 'to win at the lottery'.
    I've seen the second one in a grammar book written by a Romanian grammarian and I was wondering if it is correct.
    Thank you!

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    Re: Win the lottery / win at the lottery

    The second one is wrong.

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