At the 2006 World Series of Poker Main Event, Annie finished in 88th place.
At the 2006 World Series of Poker Main Event, Annie was eliminated on day 5 of the tournament.
At the inaugural Ladies Night Tournament on the World Poker Tour, Annie finished in third place.
On January 11, 2006, Annie appeared on The Best Damn Sports Show Peroid with Phil Helmuth to talk about poker and playing against each other.
At the 2004 World Series of Poker Main Event, Annie was eliminated in the second round of play.
Annie's Astrological sign is Virgo.
Annie has a DVD available, which is entitled Annie Duke's Advanced Texas Hold 'Em Secrets - How to Beat the Big Boys (Masters of Poker). It was released on October 25, 2005.
Annie enjoys listening to the music of Cake, Beck, Lenny Kravitz, Willie Nelson, and Kris Kristoferson.
Some of Annie's favorite movies include Avalon, All the President's Men, and Real Genius.
In 2005, she worked with her brother Howard to promote a line of poker games in which both were virtual characters.
When playing in tournaments, Annie sits "perched" on her chair at the poker table.
Is a professional poker player.
Annie has worked with NBC to develop a show about her life.
In addition to donating a private poker playing lesson to help raise money for Hurricane Katria relief, Annie also contributed a dinner to UlitamateBet's relief efforts for an online poker winner.
To help out with the Hurricane Katrina relief efforts, Annie donated a private poker lesson for ubid.com's Celebrity Auction in Las Vegas. The highest bid was for $14,000.
At UltamiteBet, a poker website, Annie has her own hold 'em poker table where she plays and gossips with fans from around the world.
Annie made a brief appearance on Celebrity Poker Showdown's Tournament 6, Game 4 to chat with hosts Phil Gordon and Dave Foley.
At the 2005 World Series of Poker's Main Event, Annie was eliminated on the first day.
Annie Duke: Poker is one of the few sports where a woman is playing on an equal footing as a man. (Making her wonder why there are Ladies-Only poker tournaments.)
Annie came in 10th place at the 2000 World Series of Poker Main Event while she was 9 months pregnant. (This was one place shy of getting to the final table of the tournament.)
Annie is a consultant for the online poker site UltimateBet.com
Her nicknames include "The Duchess of Poker", "The Duke", and "Annie Legend".
In the 2004 World Series of Poker Tournament of Champions, Annie beat Phil Helmuth, Jr. in heads up play to win $2 million dollars.
Started playing poker at local cardrooms while living in Montana.
Annie's book, "Annie Duke: How I Raised, Folded, Bluffed, Flirted, Cursed, and Won Millions at the World Series of Poker", hit the bookshelves September 2005.
Annie eliminated her brother Howard Lederer from 4 seperate events at the 2005 World Series of Poker.
Annie has won more that $3 million dollars in tournament poker play.
Left school one month before defending her Ph.D.
Her sister is poet and author Katy Lederer.
Currently lives in Oregon with her family.
Annie is the mother of 4 children.
She tutored Ben Affleck in poker play.
Annie won the 2004 World Series of Poker Tournament of Champions.
Annie's brother is professional poker player and World Series of Poker Bracelet winner Howard Lederer.
Annie is considered to be one of the most successful women poker players.
Annie won her first World Series of Poker Bracelet in 2004, playing Omaha Hi-Lo.
Annie Duke: DD Tournament Poker is a great game for introducing people to the world of Texas Hold'em poker, ... One of the biggest challenges for new players is to learn the game at their own pace without risking any money. DD Tournament Poker solves this problem by allowing novice and intermediate players to play against savvy computer opponents and to develop a solid understanding of the game before venturing into cash games
Annie Duke: If you never get your hand caught in the cookie jar then you're not playing good poker. (When talking about bluffing in poker)
Annie Duke: (About being asked who's a better poker player, she or her brother Howard) He's clearly better, I'm not even in his zip code!