Annie Duke was a ‘Prize’ on Deal or No Deal Last Night

Annie Duke was on Deal or No Deal, case girl Brooke Long plays pokerDancing with the Stars’ Shannon Elizabeth, who you may know as one of the contestants on Dancing with the Stars, wasn’t the only poker playing chick appearing on a hit show last night.

Annie Duke, a woman, made a surprise appearance on NBC’s Deal or No Deal, the game show featuring Howie Mandel and 26 super hot models holding briefcases with varying amounts of money in them.

Apparently the contestant last night was a female poker player, and in the middle of the show, Annie came up on stage to offer a “deal” that included $133,000 in cash and a free trip to Annie’s WSOP Academy ladies poker camp, 4 private poker lessons and some other stuff that was valued at a total of $25,000. The contestant’s husband encouraged her to walk away with the Annie Duke lessons and the money, but she went against his advice and said, “No Deal.”

In the end, the chick wasn’t stupidly greedy like every other contestant on the show. She made it down to two cases, one had $25,000 and the other $1 million, and when she was offered $341,000, she took the deal.

So what was in her case? The million bucks.

We missed the actual airing but we were sent a video of Annie’s appearance on the show and we have to say she’s looking rather fit and trim. We guess all that marathon training is paying off for her. Or maybe it’s Adderall. Works for us.

In case you are wondering who the hot blonde is in the photo above and what she has to do with this post, her name is Brooke Long, the Deal or No Deal model who holds case #15 every week on the show. We met her at the WPT Invitational a few weeks ago where she showed us some sick photos of her busted up big toe. It was good times. Below are more clickable photos of Brooke playing poker at the WPTI, and if you missed our Kimberly Lansing shots from the WPTI, do yourself a favor and go here.

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