I like it even better now that the games a 9 handed. You have plenty of room at the table. They will switching away from the marble tracks, but I don't mind it.
I played 3 sessions- 2 at 1-2 NL, and one 2-5NL. The 1-2 tables are very easy. The 2-5NL tables are more of a challenge because you get a fair amount of good regulars that play in the game. The games are juicy. If you play 1-2NL, the room is a must play. IF you play 2-5NL, game is good just not great. I also played a mix game, but that isn't something that is regular in this room
The dealers did very good dealing the mix game. Only remember the table having to explain to one dealer about 2-7. They were on top of it. They did a very good job at the NL cash games, and at the tournament. You had a lot of dealers that deal at other properties and they got the drops correct, so very good job overall.
Girls were always at the table. I think we may have had to ask for drinks at the tournament tables, but I feel that isn't what I am grading them on here. Very quick in the main room.
IF I was going to strictly grade them on the NL cash games in the room they would get a 5. They were on top of it. But 2 comments- one we almost had to prove that the rake was $2 on mix game. I think MGMT believed us, but just some lack of communication within MGMT... No harm no foul. The other thing has to do with the tournament. Played Friday night and they used the tables at the far end of the room, which every time we need floor, which seem to be quite a bit, it was a long walk for the tournament director. The tables closer to the main desk could have been used (They weren't being used) and things would have flowed better. First tournament series, I am sure they will work out the bugs...
Pretty standard. No jackpot. Standard comps