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Annie LePage Is ‘All-In’

Written by PETA | June 4, 2010

My family and I play some mean games of nickel poker, but there’s nothing mean about World Series of Poker player Annie LePage, whose thoughtful interview with PETA about why she went vegan showed that this competitor has a heart bigger than any jackpot.

 


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Annie says that her healthy, humane diet helps her focus and will surely serve her well as she competes in this legendary tournament. Good luck, Annie!

Written by Jennifer O’Connor

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  • Elaine says:

    My husband poker pro and poker author Ed Miller is also vegan. He went vegetarian for his health and then vegan for the animals.

  • yani says:

    The animals in stuck in the oil spill should be 1 prority right now do something about before it’s too late please

  • Mike Quinoa says:

    Wow great video. People are springing up from all walks of life as vegans. Best of luck to Annie.

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