The action in this room is good. There are lots of games and, more importantly, players on a plane as though the chips on the table was their rent money. This is because, due to the geographic location of the room, tends to draw people who are relatively affluent. ( The exception to this is the 4/8 Omaha 8 or better game which is populated buy a bunch of rocks will not enter apart unless they're holding a premium hand.)
The food is good and you can get a free meal with just two hours of play.
Well, that's the good news. Now, the bad news.
The drop in this room is $5, plus another dollar on the river, plus another dollar for the promotions fund. Considering the fact that approximately 30 hands per hour are dealt, this is an outrageous amount of money for the house to take off of the table. In addition, to add insult to injury, the house takes a dollar when two players agree to chop the blinds.
Even though the house is making massive amounts of money, Management's greed is not stop there. In order to avoid paying more than minimum wage to the supervisory personnel, the dealers are required to take back a portion of their tips to management. This money is distributed as management sees fit. Although this practice can be found and other casinos, it is nothing more than extortion in my view. And, I think this practice is unconscionable. To say that it is slimy, would be kind. It's nothing more than theft.
To be fair, greed and lack of conscience is baked into the DNA of the casino industry in general because it was given birth to by organized crime.
So, there you have it. The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly.