Henry: "It was when I first met Jimmy Conway. He couldn't have been more than 28 or 29 at the time, but he was already a legend. He'd walk in a room and everybody who worked the room just went wild. He'd give the doorman $100 for opening the door. He'd shove hundreds in the pockets of the dealers and guys who ran the games. I mean, the bartender got $100 for keeping the ice cubes cold."