The poker room was really just a poker area, roped off section at the Strip entrance to the casino. Three tables fairly new, but they did not have built in cup holders.
I played two sessions here, the first one consisted of all beginners, most of them sitting down for the minimum $20, losing it, and rebuying a few times before they gave up, easy money.
The second session was almost all dealers from IP/Bill's and the few that weren't were friends of thiers sitting for a good time. It was, for the most part, a loose passive game.
Good dealers, only saw one mistake in all the hours I played there. Very friendly, kept the game moving quickly, especially with the beginners.
The drinks didn't come very quickly, but the cocktails were nice and strong.
Management was very friendly and helpful, but were at times not present or just not paying attention minding thier own business.
$2 per hour comps on the Bill's card, used the comps earned at the front desk when I checked out.