Chairs are old and uncomfortable but they have pads if you know to ask. The room is more of an area than a room, but that does help to attract hotel guests and people passing by. Parking in self park is a really long way, but if you valet, it is not bad at all.
There are a couple of decent regulars that play for the freeroll and easy competition, but most of the time it is a very soft game. They still get plenty of convention business (darts, pool players, etc.) which makes it a very profitable game.
They have several average dealers and one exceptional dealer. All handle the game sufficiently and get the job done.
Very slow. It is kind of ridiculous how there will be one waitress for part of the room and one for the other and neither are allowed to go into the others section. I have been sitting dry at one table while another has had service three times. Not exactly the most attractive waitresses in town either.
New management is very personable and is trying very hard against some terrible policies. Closing the room at 4:00 am with a full table is silly, but they have no graveyard shift so everyone is on overtime. Kind of a lose/lose situation. Cant get the players if the room is closed, but need players to keep it open. Tough job.
Weekly $3000 freeroll after only 10 hours of play is achievable for even short visit tourists. Very few serious players make this a great perk. There are also several other promotions for various times of day including Aces Cracked and "Flush Frenzy"(flush in three of four suits gets $50, all four gets $100)