The room was clean and in good shape. The tables were nice but seemed a bit long, so seats 3 and 7 were pretty far away to read the board. Chairs were so-so but they have a closet stuffed with extra cushions, so that helped.
I played here for three days and there was always a mix of tourists trying to lose their money and sharks circling for the kill. Easy to spot after a few hands, so be patient.
Some of the best dealers I've seen. Not once in three days did a dealer have to call the floor mgr, except when I hit a hi hand jackpot, twice in one day! Q-hi straight flush for $188 and a K-hi straight flush for $500!
Very pretty, and their outfits, well...sometimes a nice distraction from folding 8 3 os every other hand.
Very quick to get a seat and seemed very happy to accomodate. I was worried because of all the 'rules' comments about this room but, they seemed to have relaxed a bit. Lots of people texting and even talking on phones, and if you missed a blind, you could post, you couldn't actually 'buy' the button, but you could post and the button would skip you.
This is now an MGM property, but you can't use that card. They have an M-Life players card but you can't use that either. You have to fill out a form and then they log you on an index card. Seemed pretty out of date for 2011. Hi Hand jackpots were great, as noted.