How Much is Poker Winner, Annie Duke Net Worth?

Annie Duke Net Worth and Income

Annie Duke Net Worth : $ 8 million

Annie Duke is very popular in the world of Poker. She is a professional poker player. She ever won the gold bracelet on World Series of Poker WSOP from 2004. Besides, She won 2004 World Series of Poker Tournament of Champions and also National Heads-up Poker Champions in 2010. Annie Duke net worth is around $8 million. 

As an author she also has written books. Her popular books are commonly about poker such as Decide to Play Great Poker and The Middle Zone. She published her autobiography in 2005. You might ever read her book entitled “How I Raised, Folded, Bluffed, Flirted, Cursed, and Won Millions at the World Series of Poker

When she was still 22, she had played Texas hold’em. She started to play poker professionally since 1992. Since then, Annie Duke had won several tournaments. She even could receive up to $70.000 within a month.

Don’t you know? She and her friends, Don Cheadle and Norman Epstein, co-founded “Ante Up for Africa” in 2007. This was built to raise money with poker tournaments for charities benefiting African countries.

The Source of Annie Duke Net Worth

Talking about her income, she actually receive income from some sources. Some of them includes Poker Winning and books. When she won WSOP tournament, she successfully brought $2 million. She received more millions of dollars by winning NBC National Head-Up Poker Championship in 2010 and many tournaments.

Besides, her sold book also increase her money in the bank account. In her book she told about her experience and secrets of her successful career as  poker player. From those sources Annie Duke net worth touched $8 million.

Her excellent achievement had brought popularity and wealth to her life.  She has retired from Poke. But she is still active in some social for charity activities

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