Much better since they moved the room to its new location at the far south end of the casino. It now is isolated from most of the casino noise and smoke.
Locals during the day that have played the same way for decades and tourists at night who still don't know how to play. Take your pick. A juicy spot for LAG players (like me).
Not many mistakes but not overly friendly either.
Bring your own water. It may take awhile to get a drink.
General nonchalant attitude toward players in general and even worse during evening tournaments. They don't even provide a print out of the blinds schedule, leaving you to guess whether the 300 is jumping to 400 next or 600 or even 800 - you just don't know. That omission (to provide printed blinds for player reference) is indicative of the lack of attention to detail this room has in general. Has the potential to be a real hot spot on the far south Strip but needs management more in tune with player concerns.