Annie Duke Pays $10,000 If She Makes 2009 WSOP Final Table

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C Costigan
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Annie Duke

She made it all the way to the Celebrity Apprentice Season two Final, ultimately losing out to comedian Joan Rivers.  Now poker pro Annie Duke, arguably the most famous woman in the game today, has a shot to make the 2009 World Series of Poker final table.  This time fans get a crack at winning $10,000 with a $100 bet should she become part of the November Nine.  These are the odds being offered by Sportsbook.com.

So far Duke has cashed out twice at this year's WSOP:  Once at Event #18 - WSOP Omaha Hi/Lo World Championship - where she finished 8th and early on at Event #3 - WSOP Omaha Hi/Lo 8 or Better - where she finished 30th.

Mostly though, Duke has endured a grueling series of play at this year's WSOP.

I am really depressed. Rarely have I had such a bad 3 hours of poker. Bleh. Out of the HORSE.

about 18 hours ago from web


Bad level. Got it up to 340 then lost three big stud pots. Down to 170K. Got drawn to another horrid table. Ivey Doyle Benyamine Gus Etc

about 21 hours ago from Twittelator


Playing #wsop47 now. 1/2 no limit hold'em 1/2 limit hold'em. $2500 buy in. Got knocked out of #wsop46 after coming in with only 3400 day 2

2:44 PM Jun 24th from Twittelator

Did I forget to mention that I was playing the $5k PLO today? Good cause I am already out! First dinner break missed LOL. #wsop #nation

4:31 PM Jun 17th from Tweetie


In Annie we trust or in Annie we bust?

That is the $10,000 question.  Gambling911.com is suggesting a $100 bet on Duke to make the final table if you have that dough to throw around.  If not, how about a $10 bill, which pays $1000!

Christopher Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher




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