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play your cards right

to do the correct things to achieve the desired result: If you play your cards right, you could make a lot of money out of this.
Translations of “play your cards right”
in Chinese (Traditional) 辦事高明,處理得當…
in Chinese (Simplified) 办事高明,处理得当…
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