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I wouldn't get your hopes up on a second chance just yet, if ever.
The typical issue is that if your girl still has some level of feelings for you, say as a friend with whom she has shared a lot, often she'll still not want to see you or talk to you much if you look like you haven't let her go. If you come off like you still have very strong feelings and can't accept the break-up, she'll tend to evade you partly out of pity and to avoid leading you on.
Once she gets the impression that you've gotten over her, typically that can allow you two to get back on a friendly level. But that's typically not going to make her forget her reasons for breaking up with you or implant the seed of attraction that makes her want you that way again. You're generally just erasing the feeling that seeing you in a friendly way will lead you on.
If you want to try your luck anyway at some chance, however slim, of getting back together again, I think your best bet is to play it really cool. Really try to act like you've gotten over her (and try to simultaneously make it genuine), don't bring up the past relationship between you two so much, and focus on present and future. Be attractive -- be charming again. Don't be a wounded heart. You win if she starts wanting you again as more than a friend. Bringing up the past isn't going to do that, focusing on present and future and showing her (not telling her) the best side of you and a side that has improved whatever she found lacking previously might have some slim chance.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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