The 'room' is at the end of the casino, far enough from the casino floor to have some privacy. South Point is a newer clean off-strip property.
Competition tend to be locals with experience playing the game. Not many tourists when I was there.
The cocktail comes by fairly frequent, and can be a 'good' distraction...
South Point has lots of very reasonably priced food options (Steak n' Shakes, $0.75 hot dogs) if you're looking for a mid-tier place to play.