Small room, usually running 1-3 NL with occasional 2-5 action mainly on weekends. The Room used to be named after Chris Moneymaker and had his moniker painted on but is long gone, they even had some events like a joe vs pro when he would show up.
The room is located away from the casino on 2nd floor so unless your going there for poker, it's tough to find.
Size is about 12-15 tables and usually one big monthly event 200$ NL tourney on a Saturday. Thursday evening tourneys usually O8 hi/lo or Omaha, small buyin, but never see o8 or Omaha spread as cash however.
Sit n Go's fill on request/demand. Food and drink service available 7 days a week but service can be spotty as their is a bar on 2nd floor that shares the same bartender or waitstaff.
Management is the truly lacking feature to an othewise quaint room, which can have some "active" players.
Dealers change here very often and are trained on all floor games and rotate every so often and Poker is not their focus as can be seen by decisions and lack of speed.
Friday and Saturdays usually have small tourneys and cash games going , as a comparison for local area casinos , it is busier than Seneca
lots of close hotels down street but none attached , new hotel across street is owned by the casino.