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Old 02-25-06, 11:09 AM
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Annie Duke...She has deffinately come up in the rankings of poker players. This being said I would say she is like top around the 30th top player in the world. She is very patient and plays well, but without a good title besides the goofy omaha one she took a couple years back I don't place her any higher than that. I do think in a couple of years she will take down a few bigger titles and move into the top 10 poker players. Right now though I wouldn't even say she's the best womens player...that goes to Jen Harmen.
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loved it when she took down hellmuth in 2004 tourney of champs boy was that great stuff lol
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She's overrated. There are better women players out there. She's the Michelle Wie of the poker world, she's above average for a woman but doesn't qualify for any elite group in the larger, more skilled field. I'm not being sexist, women can compete with men in poker quite easily, I just don't think Annie Duke should be pushed as the poster girl for Women in Poker- there are more qualified women out there.

In the 2004 TOC she didn't impress me, too much riding on luck. She was trapped by the other players a few times but got lucky more than anything.
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I agree with the dis-aggreer behind me!
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