The Nominees for the Women in Poker Hall of Fame Are Here

Seven female poker players have been nominated for the 2010 Women in Poker Hall of Fame this year, two of which will be chosen into the Hall of Fame in September.

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On the list, we can find current well-known poker players along with older celebrities and poker legends. Here they are:

Betty Carey: An older poker player, known for her excessive beauty, her aggressive playing style and her .357 Magnum.

Phyllis Caro: A poker pioneer since 1979. She used to be a dealer, and currently is the manager of poker operations in Hollywood Park, California. She has helped her husband Mike Caro in writing countless poker books.

Nani Dollison: A South Korean poker pro. She won her first WSOP bracelet in 2001 and has cashed around $800,000 during her career.

Annie Duke: A poker player of the new era. Her tournament winnings exceed $4 million. She also has a bracelet, gained by winning the $2K Omaha Hi/Lo WSOP Event.

Jennifer Harman: A high-stakes TV poker celebrity, who has won more than $2 million throughout her career. She is the only woman ever to have won 2 WSOP bracelets.

Kathy Liebert: The most successful female tournament player of all times, with her career winnings since 1994 exceeding $5 million.

Joanne 'JJ' Liu: A poker professional from Taiwan, the proud owner of a WPT title, $2,3 million in tournament winnings, and a well-known cash game player as well.

The voting will be open until 15th July, and two of the nominees will be entered into the Hall of Fame this September.

Who would you choose for this honorable title?