Big room, spread out. It's separate from main casino if you like that secluded vibe.
I think the competition is very good. You're kinda going to want to know what you're doing poker wise here. In short, you don't need to be a pro but you need a very good understanding of cards. If you do/ you'll probably be at an exciting table.
It's generally run quite well. I've walked up and have been given a seat very quickly here. You're guaranteed a sit down at a 1/3 table always.
Dealers are just ok. I'm not looking for magic tricks from them and I appreciate their job has got to be hard.
Getting a drink is easier here than others but like any room, bringing in a bottle of water is probably a good idea.
It's like a focused experienced game that meets a relaxed atmosphere. I say relaxed because people who are good tend to understand the game in depth which makes players less nervous. Less nervous equates to a chilled vibe with some really well played out hands. I believe this is why I like the place at the end of the day.
Tourneys: You're going to have to pretty much know how to handle them/ all aspects .