Annie Duke

Annie  Duke

Annie Duke earned a gold bracelet in the World Series of Poker, the $2 million top prize in the WSOP's Tournament of Champions, and the $500,000 winner's reward at the NBC Heads-Up Championship in 2010. She has testified as an expert witness before the United States Supreme Court as an industry advocate and proponent of online poker. The Judiciary and Financial Services committees of the House of Representatives. Her involvement on NBC's Celebrity Apprentice in 2009, where she finished second to Joan Rivers, helped her attain international fame. Annie Duke: How I Raised, Folded, Bluffed, Flirted, Cursed, and Won Millions at the World Series of Poker and Resolve to Play Excellent Poker are her other works.

Annie Duke's website is, and you can follow her on Twitter @AnnieDuke. Vanessa Rousso, one of poker's most well-known female players, has won more than $3 million in tournaments, including more than $1 million at the PokerStars EPT's 25,000 buy-in High Read More chevron_right