The poker room was very crowded.
Mostly amateurs and first-timers.
No mistakes, somewhat entertaining.
Slowly served and when they did arrive, they were watered-down.
The managers were fine with one big exception- the initial stacks were too low for the limits, forcing players to play too many hands too early to avoid being blinded out. Sahara uses the same blind structure (10-20 to start) but gives you 4000 chips instead of the 300 you get here. That's my only real complaint about this poker room, but it's a deal-breaker in my book and I will not play here again.