From what I can gather from her Pinterest board, she became engaged in April of 2013, to Bobby Robinson, an avid runner and Washington Redskins fan.
From his Twitter account, they are apparently now married.
When it comes to her feet, she told Poker News that she owns between 40 and 50 pairs of shoes, and that her favorite shoe designer is Jimmy Choo. For some reason, she follows Bill Clinton, Chelsea Clinton, and Michelle Obama of all people, on Twitter. A., Leatherman admits to being “addicted to TV.” Based on her Twitter activity, her favorite show is “Breaking Bad” and “Nip/Tuck.” She is good friends with former WSOP Player of the Year Jeff Madsen.
Besides dating Daniel Negreanu, the poker rumor mill on 2 2 had also had her romantically linked with her former Poker Road co-worker Joe Sebok.
He is known as "The Cub" because he calls Greenstein "Bear." Beginning professional play in 2005, as of 2009, his total live tournament winnings exceed $1,800,000. Poker Road is a Green Bok Production, and is a joint venture between Sebok and Greenstein.
Poker Road is a poker multi-media outlet that supplies Poker Radio, Poker TV, Poker in Print, among others.
Her first stint was at the poker tournament reporting website, Poker
She also contributed to Poker Road.com, and as hostess for the North American Poker Tour.
By Steve Beauregard Pretty and perky, Amanda Leatherman is the former poker media darling known for her interviews on Poker News.com, as host of the since-cancelled Poker Stars.net’s “Big Game” on Fox and as a hostess on the Heartland Poker Tour and America’s Poker Tour.
In poker circles and on forums like 2 2, she is known as the former girlfriend of Daniel Negreanu.
On December 31st, 2014, Star 104.3, a top 40 radio station in Asheville, North Carolina, WQNQ, announced that Amanda was joining their morning team as a co-host.
In March of 2015, she began a part time return to poker, taking a gig as a sideline hostess for the Heartland Poker Tour during the HPT’s stop at the Indigo Sky Casino in Oklahoma.
Sebok serves not only as the active President, but also as the co-host of Poker Road Radio with friend Gavin Smith and Joe Stapleton.