Last level we told you about two players who made an impact at the 1989 WSOP in Don Zewin and Frank Henderson. The two were back at it again in a recent hand we picked up on fourth street. That is where they both, along with Marco Johnson, put in 375 to see fifth.
Henderson: / /
Zewin: / /
Johnson: (x-x) / fold
Zewin put out a bet on fifth, both his opponents called, and then he checked sixth. That opened the door for Henderson to bet 150, Johnson folded, and Zewin called. Henderson bet in the dark, and just like the last time these two tangled, Zewin called in the dark.
Henderson showed he had a six-five low, which he didn't improve on seventh. Zewin showed a seven-six low, but could improve to a better six-five with a deuce on seventh. He squeezed it out, but it was a useless ace.
Despite losing to Henderson once again, Zewin is still sitting on a healthy stack.