In poker circles and on forums like 2 2, she is known as the former girlfriend of Daniel Negreanu.
She seemed to be a favorite among many in the poker community, as many online poker site forum threads were spent speculating on her boyfriends, background, and even as to whether or not she had breast implants.
Later, in 2012, it appears she did work, photo shoots and blog postings, for online gaming and poker site
Leatherman told Bluff that her favorite tournament to cover was the Aussie Millions, but that her favorite tournament location was Aruba. Amanda Leatherman is originally from North Carolina and now lives in Charlotte.
Before we get into the new developments let me give a quick rundown of the case: The two men Tyler Schrier (23) and Keith James Hudson (39) were sentenced to 42 months and 24 months respectively for their roles in the extortion scheme.
Schrier pled guilty to conspiracy, extortion and unauthorized access to a protected computer, which carried a maximum sentence of 17 years in prison. were used in the case as other people the duo tried to extort money from after hacking Joe Sebok’s computer.
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.
I spoke to one of these individuals earlier today, the owner of the online poker forum, pokerforums.org, and was informed that one of these accounts was his, and the other victim was an unnamed Lock Poker Pro. Schrier comes from a well-to-do family, the son of Douglas Schrier, a general Partner at Rembrandt Venture Partners, a successful invest firm focusing on startups in the technology field. This entry was posted on Wednesday, April 24th, 2013 at pm and is filed under Poker News.
According to one of Tyler Schrier’s victims, he has been in contact with the elder Schrier from the outset. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.
More recently, Leatherman left the WPT brand to join the North American Poker Tour as webcast hostess.
She will be interviewing players and updating online viewers via webcast for all future NAPT events.
Cheerful and easygoing, she has been a popular hostess and reporter for various poker media outlets over the past few years.