One of the top female poker pros on the planet, Duke serves as a tournament consultant and mainstream personality for popular online poker room Ultimate Bet. In 2004, Duke joined the ranks of poker's elite, winning a $2,000 buy-in Omaha High-Low Eight or Better event for her first World Series of Poker bracelet, besting a final table that also included Erik Seidel and Todd Brunson.
Duke took down the inaugural WSOP Tournament of Champions in 2004, winning $2 million and defeating some of the world's top poker players in the process, including four former Main Event champions. Duke was pulled into poker by her brother, Full Tilt Poker pro Howard Lederer.
Her charitable work has not gone unnoticed. She has worked tirelessly with actor Don Cheadle to raise funds for the Ante Up for Africa charity, which generates money and awareness for the crisis in Darfur. Her affable personality has also led to appearances on television shows such as "1 vs. 100," "The Colbert Report," "Deal or No Deal," and "The Celebrity Apprentice."