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    #1

    David often loses at cards

    I am wondering if my sentence make sense in English. Would you please correct my mistakes?

    David often loses at cards but wins at love.

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    Re: David often loses at cards

    It's Ok, but we normally speak of being lucky in/at of those two thing and lucky at/in the other.

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