With so many rising female poker players entering and winning big money tournaments these days, Annie Duke, Jennifer Harmans and Kathy Liebert stands out as the most respected and successful "poker babes" of them all.

Annie Duke is the leading woman poker player at the World Series of Poker and is known as the best all-round female poker player in the history of Poker.

Annie Duke, is the sister of poker author and two-time World Series of Poker and World Poker Tour champion, Howard Lederer.

Annie Duke, "the poker babe", won in 2004, the Bellagio $2500 limit Hold�em event in April, the $2,000 buy-in Omaha Hi/Lo WSOP tournament in June and the World Series of Poker Tournament of Champions in September.

Annie Duke is the ultimate poker babe, and you can play, chat or only watch her play at here own special table at UltimateBet.
Her screen name is "AnnieDuke".

Jennifer Harman, another poker babe, is more of a ring/cash game player and is known to have won the largest pot ever ($1.7 million) in a casino poker room. Even though she might be one of the best limit Hold'em players, regardless of gender, in the world, here tournament record is also quite impressive.

Jennifer Harman has 12 money finishes and two WSOP titles to here name. She won here first one in the Deuce-to-Seven No-Limit Draw event in 2000 and the second at the 2002 Limit Hold'em event.

You can find Jennifer Harmon playing regular at UltimateBet, under the screen name of
"Jennifer H" or you can join here at a
$3,000-$6,000 limit Hold'em table at the Bellagio in Las Vegas.

Kathy Liebert does not get talked about as much as Annie Duke and Jennifer Harman, but she was the first female poker player ever, to win a million dollar poker tournament (at the inaugural PartyPoker.com Million in 2001).

Kathy Liebert is known for her consistency at making the final tables in big money poker tournaments and she is ranked in the top 10 of all WSOP female money winners.

She finished second in the 2000 World Series of Poker, won the Green WSOP No-Limit Hold�em tournament in 2003 and placed second in the 2003 WSOP Limit Hold�em tournament.

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