Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) November 21, 2013
Professional poker player and renowned decision making expert Annie Duke is now represented online across all major social networks and other relevant digital channels. Duke, who was recently appointed to the board of education advocacy group After-School All-Stars, can be found on social media networks like Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn. The World Series of Poker bracelet-winner also has her own YouTube channel where she posts videos related to poker, decision-making and other topics.
Miss Duke also recently launched a new website, http://www.annieduke.com. On her site, she features a blog, videos, a media gallery, information on booking, and even a section on “decision science”; a technique for decision making Duke honed in her years playing poker professionally and now applies to business, economics and various other fields through her writings, videos and speaking engagements. Annie Duke’s website also includes links to all of social media channels.
In addition to her social network profiles, Miss Duke can also be found through online media channels including IMDB and Amazon. On her IMDB page you’ll find listings and information on her extensive television credits. In addition to appearing as herself on Celebrity Apprentice and various televised poker competitions, Duke has one credit as an actress on the show Numb3rs and has a producer credit for the short film Leo.
On Annie Duke’s Amazon page you’ll find listings for the various books she has authored including Decide to Play Great Poker: A Strategy Guide to No-limit Texas Hold Em, Annie Duke: How I Raised, Folded, Bluffed, Flirted, Cursed, and Won Millions at the World Series of Poker and The Middle Zone: Mastering the Most Difficult Hands in Hold’em Poker.
Annie Duke was an early adopter and is a strong believer in the power of social media. Among other things, she uses it to stay in touch with her fans online and to promote the various causes and charities she supports.
About Annie Duke
Annie Duke has a strong tack record of success in the world of poker. She first burst onto the scene at the 1994 World Series of Poker, where she cashed in three events including making the final three tables of the Main Event. A decade later, she won her first WSOP bracelet and in 2010 became the NBC National Heads-Up Champion, besting runner-up Erik Seidel. Duke has appeared on Celebrity Apprentice and tutored Hollywood A-listers including Ben Affleck and Matt Damon on the finer points of the game of poker. She has also authored three books on poker and an autobiography.
For more information on Annie Duke and her owned media channels, including links to all her social profiles, visit http://www.annieduke.com.