The room was nice, open and right by the sports book which was awesome. There was a deli right there for quick eats and a starbucks close. Poker + food + coffee + sportsbook = cool.
They usually only had 1/2 NL, and no one showed up for the tournaments.
Lots of locals, pretty tight mixed with some utterly insane idiots. It was a weird mix. I stayed here almost two weeks and saw the tightest and loosest game in the world.
Mostly OK, one really messed up a hand then tried to deny it, which really irked me. Most dealers were good and nice, but one bad one lowered my rating for all of them.
Good looking for the most part, with decent service.
They were really friendly for the most part, but had trouble running the list. I complained about a dealer and the floor said she couldn't do anything about it unless I wrote a written complaint. This turned me off.
They couldn't swipe my card, and did the comps on paper cards. It sucked.