How rich is Annie Duke?

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How rich is Annie Duke?

Annie Duke Net Worth:
$8 Million

Birth date: September 13, 1965
Birth place: Concord, New Hampshire, United States
Profession: Author
Education: University of Pennsylvania, Columbia University
Nationality: American
Spouse: Ben Duke (m. 1991–2004)
Children: Nell Duke, Maud Duke, Leo Duke, Lucy Duke
Parents: Richard Lederer
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 Duke Net Worth:

Anne LaBarr "Annie" Duke (née Lederer; September 13, 1965) is an American professional poker player and author. She holds a World Series of Poker (WSOP) gold bracelet from 2004 and formerly was the leading money winner among women in WSOP history (a title currently held by Vanessa Selbst). Duke won the 2004 World Series of Poker Tournament of Champions and the National Heads-Up Poker Championship in 2010. She has written a number of instructional books for poker players, including Decide to Play Great Poker and The Middle Zone, and she published her autobiography, How I Raised, Folded, Bluffed, Flirted, Cursed, and Won Millions at the World Series of Poker, in 2005.Duke co-founded the non-profit Ante Up for Africa with actor Don Cheadle in 2007, to benefit charities working in African nations, and has raised money for other charities and non-profits through playing in and hosting charitable poker tournaments. She has been involved in advocacy on a number of poker-related issues including advocating for the legality of online gambling and for players' rights to control their own image. Duke was co-founder, executive vice president, and commissioner of the Epic Poker League from 2011-12 which failed in 2012 and is now bankrupt with many investors upset over how it was managed.