Room is wedged in a corner of the casino, so no walk by traffic. Table by the rail is very, very smoky. Bathroom nearby through. Chairs aren't adjustable, like they're from 10 years ago. They play with $1 gaming coins and $2 "rake"chips in 1/3. But people were having a good time and they were pretty busy.
Didn't see any sharks here. Players were loose.
None stood out as particularly good or bad. Seem to be a bit stronger (i.e., better) on the personality side and perhaps a bit less technically precise than other places.
Management was friendly and polite. Gave us a fair and accurate estimate of how long it would take to get a seat. They allow a button straddle.
No $1/hour which is standard just tracking for a free roll. May be good for business but bad for a tourist passing through. Not sure about high hands