It's an ok place. I agree with other posters that it's an easy room given all the retirees and rec players throwing their money around. But the room itself is poorly maintained and pretty dated if that kind of thing matters to you. $2.50 for a bottle of water is ridiculous and the food selection is poor (plus you can't eat at the tables?). But again -- the poker is good and for me, that's really all I care about. They have a wide selection of games. The $1/$3 seems to be where most of the action is, but I saw some fun looking $2/$5 and PLO going as well. I also appreciate some of the jackpots they have (I was one seat away from a random $200 contest winner).
It's not pretty at Derby Lane. But it works.