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Fix Attention on Annie Duke

December 26th, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

Mrs. Duke mightn’t have captured her first World Series of Poker Bracelet until two thousand and four but she remains one of the most powerful poker players around the cash matches at The Bellagio in vegas. Annie’s longawaited World Series of Poker bracelet came with a win at the "cast aside game" of Omaha high-low.

While competitors from the "younger generation" of poker go wild after a large win at the tournament, Annie heads back home to be "mom" to her four children. Annie grew up in New Hampshire and raised into a family of poker players. If you do not accept that, observe her brother, Howard Lederer, in action who coached her how to gamble on the game.

However, Annie Duke is no small fry kind of girl and has captured her share of difficult tables, including eliminating Howard a few times along the way. They’re both competitors that have the ability to win the big bucks and do it with a smile.

Annie Duke is a tough player at any poker table because she is a natural poker player, but it’s a bit more than just being skilled at the game. Annie is incredibly intelligent and graduated from Columbia University where she took a double major in English and Psychology.

When you sit across from her at the poker table you’ll see Annie is there to play the game and she begins "sizing" you up from the time you sit down at the game table. If you cannot play like a Champion, then don’t waste your time.

Acquiring over $3 million in tournament play, Annie branched out to become a adviser to both UltimateBet.com and Hollywood actor Ben Affleck, who wished to hone his talents and develop into a power at the tables.

You might just catch a glimpse of her at the Bellagio, you’ll definitely observe Annie on the tv and you may even participate against her in an on-line poker match, but don’t expect a simple win. Unless you are a champion-in-the-making, you’ll not beat her. Although, it’d be fun to mention you played at the same table as "The Duke".

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