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|Birth date:||September 13, 1965|
|Birth place:||Concord, New Hampshire, United States|
|Education:||University of Pennsylvania, Columbia University|
|Spouse:||Ben Duke (m. 1991–2004)|
|Children:||Nell Duke, Maud Duke, Leo Duke, Lucy Duke|
|Siblings:||Howard Lederer, Katy Lederer|
|Movies:||Howard Lederer: Poker Fantasy Reality, World Poker Tour: Ladies' Night|
|TV shows:||The Apprentice, National Heads-Up Poker Championship, Poker After Dark, Poker Superstars Invitational Tournament, Annie Duke Takes On The World, Best Damn Poker Challenge, Doubles Poker Championship, World Series of Poker 2003|
|Books:||Heads-Up Tournament Poker|
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Annie acquired her net worth when she won a bracelet in the 2004 World Series of Poker $2,000 Omaha Hi-Low Split 8 or Better Occasion. Annie was also the victor of the , 2004 World Series of Poker Tournament of Champions where she earned the Winner-Take-All prize of $2,000,000. Annie won the National Heads-Up Poker Championship in 2010 where she earned a cash prize of $500,000 in addition to the title. From 2011 to 2012, Annie was co founder, executive vice president, and commissioner of the Epic Poem Poker League until its assets were auctioned off in June 2012. Duke is, in addition, an author of Annie’s own bibliography, Annie Duke: How I Raised, Folded, Bluffed, Flirted, Cursed, and Won Millions at the World Series of Poker (2005).
Annie Duke Net Worth $8 Million
Annie Duke was given an NSF Fellowship to attend graduate school at the University of Pennsylvania to study psycholinguistics, a subject in cognitive psychology. Annie Duke married Ben Duke, a close pal from exactly the same university, and moved to his home in Columbus, Montana. With the support of BenDuke brother, professional poker player Harold Lederer, she started playing poker in nearby Billings, Montana. She gained marketing after tutoring Ben Affleck in 2004, who afterward went on to win the 2004 California State Poker Championship. She won the second annual World Series of Rock Paper Scissors in 2006.