Didn't know it going through but since it's not on a "boat" like other Indiana casinos, all the table games are automated. This just isn't my bag. As much as I tried I couldn't get into it. The staff was fine but it's just too difficult to match the live experience.
They did have a decent bad beat jackpot the regs were chasing. But they were average players and having a monitor instead of cards made me wonder how good everyone really was. It's a decent tourney selection but nothing to write home about.
Casino food was overpriced and the place was smoky too. It's not a stop I'll make again unless they can get real cards. If I want video poker, plenty of other places to go.