Tables were decent, half wall surrounding poker area so not actually a room for those wanting to avoid smoke and traffic of the rest of the casino. TV's on various channels on the back wall, a digital blinds clock on the wall that can be seen by all. Chairs were decent and comfortable.
I only played the 7PM tournament, about 80 average $30 buy in players came on board, nothing special. I was so tired after my flight I shouldn't have even considered playing, but I, like most who get in town want to get in on the action. I donated $30 to the cause, my 2 pocket nut diamonds to the board flush were in fact hearts. At that point I figured I'd best head to bed.
Dealers were decent, you knew right away who the locals and regulars were by their banter back and forth about mostly nothing. Overall the dealers were doing their job and trying to keep the game moving.
Cocktail waitress was good, she wasn't young, but she was proficient at doing her job and was friendly, she came back for a second round about the time the first round was gone.
No instance came about where management had to make any decisions or be involved, they kept close track of the clock and the blind structure was adhered to.
Though I have read they comp cash players, I didn't find out. I only played the one tournament and figured I'd not be playing there again opted to pass on any comp offerings.