9 tables with plenty of space between all. Chairs surprisingly comfortable. Nice poker art on the walls and free coffee in the back (and donuts in the morning).
Wide variety, most locals, a few tourists that are staying there and wanted to catch a few hands. I you played ABC poker you can make some bucks.
Impressive crew, in the past 3 trips I have never seen a need for a floor call. A few newbies that were a little slower dealing Omaha, but did fine.
Attractive as you could get for Palace Station, but came by on a frequent basis.
Hands down some of the best. the poker room manager, Frank, is tryig his best at keeping the room full at all hours. They have high hands bonus' from midnight to noon, the in house bad beat, the Station bad beat, and high hand bonus' for Omaha 8/B. Everytime I played there they had 2/4 and 4/8 limit, along with 3/6 Omaha (with a $3 max rake). Truiple comp points also from 3am to 9am help keep at least one game going all night. There are quite a few other promotions that keep the locals playing there on a regular daily basis.
See above. Freerolls each month with 25 hours of play, and it looks like they also do a Omaha freeroll every other month as well.